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* # * The Abstracts printed in " Fragmenta Genealogica," 
Vol. XI, are from the original deeds in my 
possession. In all cases, where a clue was 
obtainable, evidence of the actual marriage has 
been sought for, in many cases three and more 
parish registers have been searched. One hundred 
copies have been printed at my Private Press. 
This copy is No. 53 




"Grove Park Press," 

270 Walworth Road, London. 



FRAGMENTA GENEALOGICA 



FRAGMENTA 
GENEALOGICA 



VOL. XI. 



PRINTED AT THE PRIVATE PRESS 
FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 
1906 



OF 



Jfragmenta <&enealogtta* 



Vol. XI. 

1135501 



MARRIAGE SETTLEMENTS. 



Adams and Morris. 

INDENTURE made 7 April 1702, between (1) Samuel Tyler of 
-*- Leominster, co. Hereford, butcher, and Jane his wife, James Adams 
of Leominster, butcher, and Francis Adams of Leominster, butcher, his 
son and heir apparent, (2) James Morris of Leominster, yeoman, and 
Joseph Hughes of Leominster, glover, and (3) Jane Morris of 
Leominster, spinster, daughter of James Morris, and niece of Samuel 
and Jane Tyler. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Francis Adams 
and Jane Morris, Samuel and Jane Tyler and James and Francis 
Adams grant to James Morris and Joseph Hughes land in Leominster 
in possession of Philip Morris, and house in High Street, Leominster, 
occupied by said Samuel and Jane Tyler, to the use of the said Francis 
Adams and Jane Morris and their issue. 

Witnesses: Tho: Harris, Tho: Harris, jun r , Jo: Carpenter. 



James Adams of Leominster,= 
co. Hereford, butcher ; living 
7 April 1702. 



Francis Adams of 
Leominster, butcher. 



James Morris= 
of Leominster, 
yeoman. 



Jane Morris. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
7 April 1702. 



Francis Adams and Jane Morris ivere married 7 May IJ02. — 
Registers of Leominster, co. Hereford. 



Addenbrooke and Fuller. 



T NDENTURE made 17 March 174^ between (1) Elizabeth Fuller of 
J- Peterborough, co. Northampton, spinster, (2) Nicholas Addenbrooke 
of Glatton, co. Huntingdon, clerk, (3) Edward Bigland of Peterborough, 
esquire, and Edward Parker of Waddingham, co. Lincoln, clerk, 
and (4) George Nevill of Mosborough, co. Derby, esquire, and Thomas 
Smith of Washingley, co. Huntingdon, gent. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with Nicholas Adden- 
brooke, Elizabeth Fuller grants unto Edward Bigland and Edward 
Parker, house, lands, &c, in Leake, co. Lincoln, part of which was 
occupied by her late father, William Fuller, to the use of the said 
Nicholas and Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of Elizabeth Fuller, N. Addenbrook, Ed: Bigland. 

Witnesses : Tho : Eldred, Ja s Digby. 

2: /5 



William Fuller, died=j= 
before 1 7 March 
i74f- 



Nicholas Addenbrooke of Glatton, Elizabeth Fuller 
co. Huntingdon, clerk. of Peterborough. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
17 March i74f. 




Adie and Edwards. 

INDENTURE made 8 September 1798, between (1) Francis Adie 
-»- of Longdon, co. Stafford, gent, and Sarah his wife, late Sarah 
Edwards, one of the younger children of Nathaniel Edwards of 
Armitage, co. Stafford, gent, by Sarah his wife, formerly Sarah Kem, 
spinster, (2) Joseph Dickenson of Rugeley, co. Stafford, gent, and 
(3) Stephen Simpson of the City of Lichfield, gent. 

Sarah Adie, by the will of her grandmother Catherine Edwards, 
deceased, was entitled to a moiety of two messuages, &c, at Fradley, 
in Alrewas, co. Stafford, and of certain copyholds in Longdon, and 
a share in the Trent and Mersey Canal ; so Francis and Sarah Adie, in 



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consideration of their marriage, grants unto Joseph Dickenson the said 
properties to the use of the said Francis and Sarah and their issue. 

Signatures of Francis Adie, Sarah Adie, Joseph Dickenson. 

Witnesses : John Hickin, Henry Ayres Lander. 



(Enclosed is an attested copy dated 6 May 1806, of the transfer of 
two shares in the Trent and Mersey Canal by Francis Adie of Armitage 
and Joseph Dickenson, as executors of Nathaniel Edwards of Armitage, 
deceased, to Stephen Simpson.) 



{Nathaniel) Edwards. =j=Catherine, died before 
8 September 1798. 



Nathaniel Edwards of Armitage,=j=Sarah Kem. 
co. Stafford ; living 8 September 
1798; died before 6 May 1806. 



Francis Adie=Sarah, marr. before 
of Longdon, 8 September 1798 
co. Stafford; (date of marriage 
living 6 May settlements). 
1806. 



Nathaniel Edwards, 
living 8 September 
1798. 



Ann Edwards, 
living 8 Sep- 
tember 1798. 



Adinell and Marshall. 

INDENTURE made 19 August 1693, between (1) Henry Adinell of 
Milby, co. York, yeoman, and (2) John Wescod of Pannell, co. 
York, gent, and Richard Ellis, senior, of Brackenthwaite, co. York, 
yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Sarah Marshall of 
Brackenthwaite, widow, Henry Adinell grants unto John Wescod and 
Richard Ellis a messuage, &c, at Kirkby Hill in Kirkby-super-Mowram, 
co. York, to the use of the said Henry and Sarah and their issue. 

Signatures of John Wescod, Richard Ellis, sen r . 

Witnesses : Rich : Cotton, Will : Bentley, Thomas Rose, William 
Readshaw, Geo: Hamarton. 



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Alcock and Meeke. 



INDENTURE made 7 October 17 10, between (1) Arthur Alcock of 
Fradley, co. Stafford, yeoman, and his mother Anne Alcock of 
Fradley, widow, (2) Elizabeth Meeke of Barton-under-Needwood, 
co. Stafford, spinster, and (3) John Meeke of Barton, yeoman, and 
Thomas Bayly of Alrewas, co. Stafford, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Meeke, 
Arthur Alcocke and his mother Anne Alcocke grant unto John Meeke 
and Thomas Bayly cottage, &c, in Fradley, formerly bought by his father 
Arthur Alcocke, to the use of the said Arthur and Elizabeth and their 
heirs. 

Signatures of Arthur Alcock, Anne Alcock, elesebeth meeke, John 
meeke, Tho: Baley. 

Witnesses: John Bradborne, Alestor(?) Rose. 



Arthur Alcock of Fradley,=j=Anne, living 
co. Stafford ; died before 7 October 
7 October 17 10. 17 10. 



Arthur Alcock of 
Fradley, yeoman. 



Elizabeth Meeke of Barton-under- 
Needwood, co. Stafford, spinster. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
7 October 17 10. 



Alcocke and Cowper. 

INDENTURE made 10 October 1658, between (1) Thomas Alcocke 
of Tillington, co. Sussex, clerk, and Alice his wife, John Alcocke of 
Tillington, gent, son of said Thomas and Anne his wife, and 
(2) Richard Cowper of Uppifold in Farnhurst, co. Hants, yeoman, 
brother of said Anne. 

In consideration of the marriage already solemnized between the 
said John and Anne Alcocke, Thomas Alcocke, &c, grant to Richard 
Cowper lands called " Shortlands " in Kirdford, co. Sussex, for the use 
of said John and Anne Alcocke and their issue. 
Signature of Richard Cowper. 
Witnesses : Ma: Younge, John Shotter. 



Thomas Alcocke of Tillington,=j=Alice, living 
co. Sussex, clerk; living 10 10 October 
October 1658. 1658. 



John Alcocke=Anne Cowper, marr. 
of Tillington, before 10 October 
gent. 1658 (date of marriage 

settlements). 



Richard Cowper of Uppifold 
in Farnhurst, co. Hants, 
yeoman; living 10 October 
1658. 



Alden and Sellon. 



INDENTURE made 14 October 1729, between (1) Thomas Sellon 
of Farnham, co. Surrey, blacksmith (2) Anne Sellon of Elvetham, co. 
Hants, widow, (3) Joseph Alden of Farnham, co. Surrey, yeoman, and 
(4) William Alexander of Eversley, co. Hants. 

By indenture made 17 August 1720, John Osgood, late of Elvetham, 
butcher, sold unto Thomas Sellon a messuage, &c, in Elvetham ; now, 
in consideration of an intended marriage between Joseph Alden and 
Anne Sellon, Thomas Sellon transfers to William Alexander his right in 
the said estate to the use of the said Joseph and Ann and their issue. 
Signatures of Tho : Sellon, Ann Sellon, Joseph Alden. 
Witnesses : Tho : Baker, Willm : Harrison. 
Endorsed : " Sister Sellon's marriage Settlement." 



Aldrich and Tirrell. 

INDENTURE made 12 July 1681, between (1) Thomas Aldrich, the 
■*■ younger, of Hessett, co. Suffolk, gent, (2) John Bur man of London, 
esquire, Humfry Rant of Yelverton, co. Norfolk, esquire, and Elizabeth 
Tirrell of Mendham, co. Suffolk, widow and (3) her daughter Jane 
Tirrell of Mendham. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Jane Tirrell, Thomas 
Aldrich grants to John Burman, Humfry Rant and Elizabeth Tirrell 
leasehold lands in Biston, co. Monmouth, to the use of himself and 
the said Jane and their issue. 

Signature of Thomas Aldrich. 

Witnesses : Ro : Bransby, Susan Paine, Francis Barker, jun. 





(James) Tirrell of Mendham,=f=Elizabeth, living 



co. Suffolk; died before 12 
July 1 68 1. 



12 July 1681. 



Thomas Aldrich, the younger, Jane Tirrell. 
of Hessett, co. Suffolk, gent. 

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I 

Marriage Settlements dated 
12 July 1681. 



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Alexander and Marchant. 

{See " Fragmenta Getiealogica" Vol. I., page 36.) 



Allen and Dymock. 

INDENTURE made 5 May 1693, between (1) John Allen of 
J- Stewkley, co. Buckingham, miller, and (2) Christopher Dymock, the 
younger, of Tinkershole in Wing, co. Buckingham, and Robert Dymock 
of Stewkley, yeoman. 

In consideration of his marriage with Elizabeth, sister of Christopher 
and Robert Dymock, John Allen agrees with them that he shall be 
seized of a mill, &c, in Stewkley to the use of himself and his wife 
Elizabeth and such of their children as she shall appoint by will. 

Signature of John Allen. 

Witnesses : Elizabeth Esson, Tho : Allat. 



John Allen=Elizabeth, Christopher Dymock Robert Dymock 

of Stewkley, marr. before of Wing, co. Buck- of Stewkley, 

co. Bucking- 5 May 1693. ingham ; living 5 yeoman; living 

ham, miller. May 1693. 5 May 1693. 



Allen and Woolley. 

INDENTURE made 27 October 1708, between (1) George Allen of 
Snelston, co. Derby, webster, (2) Anne Woolley of Scownslow 
Green in Uttoxeter, co. Stafford, spinster, and (3) her father Thomas 
Woolley of Scownslow Green, tow dresser, and Joseph Warringe of 
Snelston, co. Derby, sharman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Anne Woolley, 
George Allen grants unto Thomas Woolley and Joseph Warringe his 
messuage, &c, at the Marled Mast in Snelston, now in possession of 
himself or his father Richard Allen, to the use of the said George and 
Anne and their issue. 

Signatures of Georg Allen, Thomas (x) Woolley, Anne (x) Woolley. 
Witnesses : John Bates, Rich d Mountford. 



Richard Allen of= 
Snelston, co. Derby ; 
living 27 October 
1708. 



Thomas Woolley of Scownslow= 
Green, in Uttoxeter, co. Staf- 
ford, tow dresser; living 27 
October 1708. 



George Allen of 
Snelston, webster. 



Anne Woolley. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
27 October 1 708. 



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Alley and Amner. 

INDENTURE made 15 October 1680, between (1) Alexander Alley, 
-L Citizen and Weaver of London, (2) Elizabeth Amner of London, 
widow, and (3) Thomas Humphreys, Citizen and Ironmonger of 
London, and Clempson Cave of Wapping, co. Middlesex, mariner. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Amner, 
Alexander Alley grants unto Thomas Humphreys and Clempson Cave 
a messuage, &c, in London Wall to the use of the said Alexander 
and Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of Alex : Alley, Thomas Humfreys, Clempson Cave. 

Witnesses : Ben: Dennis, James Jones, John Putteford. 



Andrew and Thompson. 

INDENTURE made 26 May 1704, between (1) Thomas Andrew 
of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, gent, (2) John Thompson and John 
Bradley of Gateshead, co. Durham, gents, (3) Robert Andrew of 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant, eldest son of Thomas Andrew, and 
(4) Grace Thompson, the younger, of Gateshead, spinster, sister of 
John Thompson. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Robert Andrew 
and Grace Thompson, Thomas and Robert Andrew agree before 
1st June next ensuing to convey their copyhold in Morton, co. 
Northumberland, to John Thompson and John Bradley, to the use 
of the said Robert and Grace and their issue. 

Signatures of Thomas Andrew, Jo n Thompson, Robert Andrew, 
Grace Thompson. 

Witnesses: Tho: Ord, Jun r , John Ord, Hannah Thompson, Sarah 
Thompson. 



Thomas Andrew of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, gent; living 26 May 
1704. 



=Ann, living 26 
May 1704. 



Robert Andrew of=Grace Thompson, the John Thompson 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, younger, of Gateshead, of Gateshead, 
merchant (eldest son), co. Durham. gent. 

* , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
26 May 1704. 

Robert Andrew and Grace Thompso?i were ?narried 30 July 
1J04. — Registers of Gateshead, co. Dur/iam. 



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Anstice and Hayward. 



INDENTURE made 14 July 1828, between (1) Josiah Anstice of 
J- Stockland, co. Dorset, gent, (2) his son Charles Anstice of the same, 
tanner, (3) Richard Hayward of West Chinnock, co. Somerset, sailcloth 
manufacturer, his daughter Mary White Hayward, and (4) John Anstice 
of Stockland, tanner, brother of Charles Anstice, and John Hayward of 
West Chinnock, sailcloth manufacturer, brother of Mary White Hayward. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Charles Anstice 
and Mary White Hayward, Josiah Anstice grants to John Hayward 
and John Anstice lands, &c, in Stockland to the use of the said 
Charles and Mary White and their issue. 

Signatures of J. Anstice, C. Anstice, R d Hayward, M. W. Hayward, 
John Anstice, John Hayward. 

Witnesses : Isaac Sparks, W m Sparks, Isaac Sparks, Thomas 
Blackburrow. 

Endorsed with a copy of a deed of appointment made 26 August 
1852, by Charles and Mary White Anstice in favour of their daughters 
Mary and Emma Anstice, both over the age of 21. 



Josiah Anstice of Stockland,=j= 
co. Dorset, gent ; living 
14 July 1828. 



Richard Hayward of West Chinnock,= 
co. Somerset, sailcloth manufacturer ; 
living 14 July 1828. 



John Anstice of Charles Anstice of= 

Stockland, co. Dorset, Stockland, tanner ; 

tanner; living 14 July living 26 August 

1828. 1852. 



=Mary White, marriage John Hayward of West 

settlements dated 14 Chinnock, sailcloth 

July 1828; living 26 maker; living 14 July 

August 1852. 1828. 



Mary, born before 
26 August 1 83 1. 



Emma, born before 
26 August 1831. 



Apslyn and Mitchell. 

INDENTURE made 17 August 1615, between (1) John Apslyn of 
Chatham, co. Kent, shipwright, and (2) William Mitchell of 

Chatham, mariner. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between William, one 

of the sons of John Apslyn, and Judith Mitchell, daughter of William 

Mitchell, John Apslyn grants unto William Mitchell three messuages, 



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&c, in Chatham to the use of John Apslyn and Sarah his now 
wife for life, and then to the use of said William and Judith and 
their heirs. 

Signature of William Mitchell. 

Witnesses : Edward Wollyns, Nath: Flyn, Morrys Boyns. 



John Apslyn of Chatham,=Sarah, living William Mitchell of= 

co. Kent, shipwright; 17 August Chatham, mariner ; 

living 17 August 1615. 1615. living 17 August 

=r 1615. 



Other issue. William Apslyn. Judith Mitchell. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
17 August 161 5. 



Ashby and Page. 

TNDENTURE made 2 July 1716, between (1) William Ashby of 
J- Thorpe Satchville, co. Leicester, esquire, and Frances his wife, sole 
daughter and heir of Thomas Page, late of Barwell, co. Leicester, clerk, 
deceased, and (2) Shuckburgh Ashby of Rotherby, co. Leicester, 
esquire, and Samuel Hartopp of Little Dabby, co. Leicester, clerk. 

In consideration of their marriage, William and Frances Ashby grant 
unto Shuckburgh Ashby and Samuel Hartopp the Manor of Stoake, 
near Newark-on-Trent, co. Nottingham, and lands in Hinckley and 
Barwell, co. Leicester, and the advowson of Barwell, to the use of the 
said William Ashby and his heirs. 

Signatures of William Ashby, Frances Ashby. 

Witnesses : W m Julian, W: Busby, Tho: Allsopp. 




Thomas Page of Barwell,=j= 
co. Leicester, clerk ; died 
before 2 July 17 16. 



William Ashby of Thorpe,=Frances, marr. before 
co. Leicester, esquire. 2 July 17 16 (date of 

marriage settlements). 



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Atton and Pickard. 



INDENTURE made 29 July 1704, between (1) Robert Atton of 
Leicester, hosier, (2) Isabel Pickard of Thurcaston, co. Leicester, 
spinster, and (3) Samuel Stone of Thurcaston, grazier, and Robert 
Wrinkmore of Leicester, hosier. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Isabel Pickard, 
Robert Atton grants unto Samuel Stone and Robert Wrinkmore his five 
messuages, &c, in Red Cross Street, Leicester, to the use of the 
said Robert and Isabel and their issue. 

Signatures of Samuel Stone, Robert Wrinkmore. 
Witnesses : W m Chapman, Hannah Chapman. 

"Robert Atton of St. Mary's prish, Leister, 6° Isabel Pickard of 
Thurcaston were marry 'd Aug. 3, 1704." — Registers of Thurcaston, 
co. Leicester. 



INDENTURE made 24 January 1707, between (1) Thomas Avery 
of Crowhurst, co. Sussex, yeoman, (2) Nicholas Amhurst of 
Cranbrook, co. Kent, gent, and (3) Stephen Gibbons of Hastings, co. 
Sussex, baker, and Susannah Smith of Crowhurst, spinster. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Susannah Smith, 
Thomas Avery grants unto Nicholas Amhurst land, &c., in Wadhurst, 
co. Sussex, to the use of the said Thomas and Susannah and their 
issue, with full warranty both of himself and his father Thomas Avery. 
Signatures of Thomas Avery, jun r , Nich : Amhurst, Susanna Smith. 
Witnesses: John Mash, F. Hobart, Ann Norton, Ralph Norton. 



Thomas Avery and Mrs. Susanna Smith were married by licence 
73 February i"jo\. — Registers of Crowhurst, co. Sussex. 



Avery and Smith. 



Thomas Avery, living=j= 
24 January 170^ 



Thomas Avery of Crowhurst,=Susanna Smith 
co. Sussex, yeoman ; living of Crowhurst. 
24 January 170^. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
24 January 170^. 



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Baker and Benet. 



INDENTURE made 6 June 1767, between (1) Rev. Philip Baker 
* of St. Anne's, Westminster, clerk, (2) Eleanor Benet of Fyfield, 
co. Essex, spinster, (3) Rev. William Lockwood of Fyfield and Mary his 
wife, sole executrix of the will of Dame Ann Comyns, late of Hylands, 
co. Essex, deceased, (4) Richard Lockwood of Dewshall, co. Essex, 
esquire, and Beeston Long of the City of London, merchant, and 
(5) John Lockwood of the City of London, merchant, and Joseph 
Pickering of Great Queen Street, St. Giles, co. Middlesex, gent. 

Dame Anne Comyns, by her will dated 23 July 1751, gave to 
Randle Wilbraham, esquire, and his son Richard Wilbraham, the sum 
of ,£1,500 in trust for her cousin Mary Benet, widow, for life, then for 
her daughters, Mary Benet, now Mary Lockwood, and Eleanor, equally 
at age of 21 or day of marriage, and a further sum of ,£500 to Eleanor 
at age of 18, and by codicil dated 4 August 1752 a further .£500, and 
by codicil dated 7 April 1757 a further ,£1,000. She died in June 
1758, and her will was proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 
by Mary Benet 21 June 1758, and Mary Benet, widow, afterwards died, 
and Mary the daughter married William Lockwood in April 1760, 
and by indentures dated 23 April 1760, previous to her marriage, 
transferred to Richard Lockwood and Beeston Long, as trustees, 
,£4,810. Eleanor Benet was 21 years of age in 1763, and was 
paid her moiety of the .£1,500, and there is now due to her 
^2,000. Now in consideration of his intended marriage with 
Eleanor Benet, Philip Baker agrees with John Lockwood and Joseph 
Pickering to transfer to them ,£3,500 stock, which with the stock 
due to Eleanor Benet shall be held in trust for the said Philip and 
Eleanor and their issue. 

Signatures of Philip Baker, Eleanor Benet, W m Lockwood, Mary 
Lockwood, Richard Lockwood (seal), Beeston Long, Jn° Lockwood, 
Jos : Pickering. 

Witnesses : John Hollingshead, James Davitt, John Allin, clerk to 
M r Long, T. Pickering of Lincoln's Inn, Henry Symonds, Rd : Mourgin. 

Endorsed with a declaration dated 6 May 1782, that John Lockwood 
having died in January 1777, Thomas Berney Bramston of Skreens, 
co. Essex, is admitted a trustee in his place ; signed by Phil : Baker, 
Eleanor Baker, Thos: B: Bramston, Jos: Pickering. 



Benet, died=j=Mary, died 



before 23 July 1751. 



circa 1759. 



Rev. Philip Baker=Eleanor, marriage 
of St. Anne's, West- settlements dated 
minster; living 6 6 June 1767; 
May 1782. living 6 May 1 782. 



Rev. \Villiam=Mary, executrix to her cousin 
Lockwood of Dame Ann Comyns 21 June 
Fyfield, co. 1758 ; marriage settlements 
Essex; living dated 23 April 1760; living 
6 June 1767. 6 June 1767. 



Rev. Philip Baker and Eleanor Benet were married by licence 
20 June 1767. — Registers of Fyfield, co. Essex. 

"June 20. — The Rev. Mr. Ph. Baker of Greensteed, Essex, to Miss 
Nelly Bennet of Fife Id." — Gent's Mag., Vol. 37 (1767), page 331. 



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Baker and Gurney. 

INDENTURE made 26 September 1688, between (1) John Baker 
■*■ of Acrise, co. Kent, yeoman, and (2) Stephen Roome of Barham, 
co. Kent, yeoman, and Sarah Gurney of Barham, virgin. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Sarah Gurney, John 
Baker grants to Stephen Roome an annuity of ,£15, charged on land in 
Acrise, to the use of the said Sarah, should she survive him. 

Signature of Stephen Roome. Witnesses : Jane Webb, Joseph Webb. 



"John Baker of Acrise, yeom., ba., 50, and Sarah Gurney of 
Barham, spr., 40. At Wootton, Barham or Bishopsbourne. Steph. 
Roome of Barham, yeom., bonds. Sept. 22, 1688." — Canterbury 
Marriage Licences, 4th series, page 26. 



INDENTURE made 19 January 1778, between (1) Daniel Barker of 
Bicester, co. Oxford, draper, (2) Mary Cobb of Calthrop in Banbury, 
co. Oxford, spinster, and (3) Thomas Cobb and Timothy Cobb of 
Calthrop, merchants. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Cobb, Daniel 
Barker agrees with Thomas and Timothy Cobb to pay them ^500 
in trust for the said Daniel and Mary and their children. 

Signatures of Dan 1 Barker, Mary Cobb, Thomas Cobb, Timothy Cobb. 
Witnesses : Sarah Cobb, Ann Hawtyn. 

Daniel Barker and Mary Cobb were married by licence 20 January 
1778. — Registers of Banbury, co. Oxford. 



INDENTURE made 14 May 1796, between (1) Benjamin Barker of 
Swaffham Bulbeck, co. Cambridge, esquire, (2) Elizabeth Hicks 
of Walton, co. Norfolk, widow and sole executrix of Thomas Hicks, 
late of Walton, gent, and only sister and heir and administratrix of the 
estate of John Raby, late of South Rainham, co. Norfolk, gent, and 
(3) John Fairfax Franklin of Attleborough, co. Norfolk, clerk. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Benjamin Barker 
and Elizabeth Hicks, she assigns to John Fairfax Franklin ^60 due 
on mortgage, dated 8 February 1792, from John Lusher of Ovington, 




Barker and Cobb. 



Barker and Hicks. 



co. Norfolk, farmer, to John Raby, who died 27 May 1794, on certain 
trusts expressed in an indenture of even date. 

Signatures of Benj : Barker, Eliz: Hicks. 

Witnesses : Eliza Mark, E. H. Grigson. 

{Enclosure.) Copy of Court Roll of Manor of Shipdam, co. Norfolk, 
dated 8 February 1792, by which John Lusher surrendered his copyhold 
to the benefit of John Raby, subject to the payment of £60. Signed 
John Lusher and Thos : Hicks, deputy steward. 

Receipt dated 17 August 1796 for ^60 from John Lusher. Signed 
Eliz: Barker. 



John Raby of South 
Rainham, co. Norfolk, 
gent; died 27 May 1794. 
Administration granted 
to Elizabeth Hicks 
(Arch : of Norwich). 



Thomas Hicks= 
of Walton, co. 
Norfolk, gent ; 
died before 14 
May 1796. 1st 
husband. 



=Elizabeth, marriage=Benjamin Barker of 
settlements dated Swaffham Bulbeck, 



14 May 1796. 



Cambridge, 
esquire ; marr. be- 
fore 17 August 
1796. 2nd husband. 



Barker and Simpson. 

INDENTURE made 31 May 1776, between (1) Alexander Barker, 
the elder, of Edensor, co. Derby, gent, (2) his nephew Emanuel 
Barker of the same, Captain H.M. 16 th Foot, (3) Mary Simpson of the 
same, spinster, and (4) John Barker and George Barker of the same, 
gentlemen. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of Emanuel Barker and 
Mary Simpson, Alexander Barker grants unto John and George Barker 
a messuage, &c., called the Roeside in Chapel-en-le-Frith, co. Derby, 
to the use of Alexander Barker for life, then to the use of the said 
Emanuel and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Alex r Barker, Emanuel Barker, Mary Simpson, John 
Barker, George Barker. 

Witnesses : James Simpson, W m B r Bossley. 



Alexander Barker of .... Barker.=j= 
Edensor, co. Derby, 
gent ; living 3 1 May 

1776. 

I 

Emanuel Barker of Edensor ;=Mary Simpson of 
Captain 16 th Foot. Edensor, spinster. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
31 May 1776. 

Emanuel Barker and Mary Simpson were married j June 
1776. — Registers of Edensor, co. Derby. 



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Barnes and [ ]. 

INDENTURE made 20 April 1699, between (1) Thomas Barnes, the 
elder, of Longdon, co. Worcester, gent, (2) Thomas Barnes, the 
younger, late of Pendock, co. Worcester, his son and heir apparent, and 
(3) George Hurdman of Tirley, co. Gloucester, gent, and Christopher 
Savage of Eldersfield, co. Worcester, gent. 

In consideration of the marriage of Thomas Barnes, the younger, 
with Margaret his wife, Thomas Barnes, the elder, and Thomas 
Barnes, the younger, agree to acknowledge unto George Hurdman and 
Christopher Savage two fines of a messuage, &c, in Forthampton, co. 
Gloucester, and Eldersfield, co. Worcester, to the use of the said 
Thomas and Margaret and their heirs. 

Signatures of Tho : Barnes, Tho : Barnes, Jun. 

Witnesses : Geo : Gwinnett, Rich : Teynton, Geo : Slaughter, 
Theodosius Bromwich. 

Thomas Barnes of Longdon, co.=j= 
Worcester, gent ; living 20 April 1699. 



Thomas Barnes. =Margaret, marr. before 20 April 
1699 (date of marriage settlements). 



Barrye and Woodcocke. 

INDENTURE made 10 November 1648, between (1) Thomas Barrye, 
the elder, of Great Glenn, co. Leicester, husbandman, and Mary his 
wife, and their son Peter Barrye, and (2) Robert Langton of the same, 
husbandman, and Bryan Baker of Stretton Magna, co. Leicester, 
husbandman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Peter Barrye and 
Margaret Woodcocke, a daughter of Francis Woodcocke of Great Glenn, 
yeoman, Thomas, Mary and Peter Barrye grant unto Robert Langton and 
Bryan Baker their messuage, &c, in Great Glenn to the use in part of 
Thomas Barrye for life, then to the use of Thomas Barrye, the younger, 
his second son, and Mary and Elizabeth Barrye his daughters, and 
in part to the use of the said Thomas and Mary Barrye for life, then to 
the use of said Peter and Margaret and their issue. 

Signatures of Robert Langton, Brian Baker. 

Witnesses: William Barrye, Fra: Woodcocke, W m Parker. 



Thomas Barrye of Great Glenn,=j=Mary, living 



co. Leicester, husbandman ; living 
10 November 1648. 



10 November 
1648. 



Francis Woodcocke,^=j= 
living 10 November 
1648. 



Thomas Barrye, Mary Barrye, 
living 10 November living 10 No- 
1648. vember 1648. 



Elizabeth Barrye, Peter Barrye. Margaret Woodcocke. 

living 10 No- 1 , ' 

vember 1648. Marriage Settlements dated 

10 November 1648. 

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Bartlett and Clarke. 



TNDENTURE made 5 August 1721, between (1) John Bartlett of 
Lichfield, yeoman, and William Bartlett of Lichfield, yeoman, his 

son and heir apparent, and (2) Joseph Phipps of Somerford in Brewood, 

co. Stafford, yeoman, Robert Porter of Lichfield, gent, and Martha 

Clarke of Stretton, co. Stafford, spinster. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between William Bartlett 

and Martha Clarke, John and William Bartlett grant unto Joseph 

Phipps and Robert Porter land, &c, in Lichfield, to the use of the said 

William and Martha and their issue. 

Signatures of John bartlet, Wm : Bartlett, Joseph Phipps, Rob 1 Porter, 

Martha Clarke. 

Witnesses : Anne Baker, Jn° Slater, Elizabeth Whitehouse, John 
Congreve, Geo: Berwick. 




John Bartlett of Lichfield,=j= 
yeoman; living 5 August 1721. 



William Bartlett of Martha Clarke of Stretton, 
Lichfield, yeoman. co. Stafford, spinster. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
5 August 1 72 1. 



Bawden and [ J 

INDENTURE made 20 March 170A, between (1) Richard Bawden, 
the elder, of South Moulton, co. Devon, mercer, and (2) John Furse 
of King's Nympton, co. Devon, gent, and Roger Harris of the same, 
yeoman. 

In consideration of his marriage with Elizabeth, his now wife, 
Richard Bawden grants unto John Furse and Roger Harris lands, 
&c, "North Waddington, South Waddington and Bunston" in 
King's Nympton and Chumleigh, co. Devon, to the use of the said 
Richard and Elizabeth Bawden for life, then to the heirs of the 
said Richard. 

Signature of Richard Bawden. 

Witnesses: Robert Pbllarde, Tho: Nott (?). 



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Bawdon and Shute. 



INDENTURE made 23 February 167I, between (1) George Shute 
of Exminster, co. Devon, yeoman, and Jane his wife, and their 
daughter Agnes Shute, and (2) John Bawdon of Exminster, mariner. 

In consideration of the marriage of John Bawdon with Joan his 
daughter, George Shute grants unto the said John Bawdon lands in 
Exminster to the use of him and his heirs. 

Signatures of George Shutt, Jane Shutt, Agnes Shutt. 
Witnesses : John Pidgeon, Benjamin Hooper. 



George Shute of Exminster, =j=Jane, living 



yeoman; living 23 February 
i6 7 f 



23 February 
167I. 



John Bawdon of=Joan, marr. before 23 
Exminster, co. February 167-5 (date of 
Devon, mariner. marriage settlements). 



Agnes Shute, living 
23 February 167^. 



Bayley and Baugh. 

TNDENTURE made 12 July 1687, between (1) Richard Bayley of 
J- Bristol, soap maker, and (2) William Doning of the same, merchant, 
Thomas Edwards of the same, genii, Richard Layne of the same, 
haberdasher of hats, and Samuel Bayley of the same, mercer. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Baugh, relict 
of Edmond Baugh of Bristol, whittawer, Richard Bayley grants unto 
William Doning, &c, a messuage, &c, at Moorend in Mangotsfield, 
co. Gloucester, to the use of the said Richard and Mary and 
their issue. 

Signature of Richard Bayley. 

Witnesses: Jos: Dorney, Jos: Penwarne, Tho: Morgan, Hen: Jane. 



Richard Bayley of Mary.=Edward Baugh of Bristol, 
Bristol, soap maker. whittawer ; died before 

> 12 July 1687. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
12 July 1687. 



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Bayley and Hawkes. 



INDENTURE made 16 October 1728, between (1) Francis Bayley 
of the City of Lichfield, gent, (2) Elizabeth Hawkes of the same, 
spinster, and (3) Theophilus Levett of the same, gent, and Joseph 
Parker of the same, apothecary. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with Francis Bayley, 
Elizabeth Hawkes grants to Theophilus Levett and Joseph Parker 
her cottage, &c, in Whitlox-end in Solihull, co. Warwick, at Newton 
in Blithfield, co. Stafford, King's Norton, co. Worcester, &c, to the 
use of the said Francis and Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of Francis Bayley, Eliz: Hawkes, Theo: Levett. 
Witnesses : Grace Ancell, Illedy Maddox. 



Bayley and Hinckley. 

INDENTURE made 31 July 1695, between (1) Francis Bayley, the 
elder, of Lichfield, gent, and Joan his now wife, and his son and 
heir apparent, Francis Bayley of Lichfield, gent, (2) Anne Hinckley of 
the same, spinster, and (3) her brother Richard Hinckley of the same, 
gent, and William Bayley of the same, butcher, brother of Francis 
Bayley, the younger. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Francis Bayley 
and Ann Hinckley, Francis and Joan Bayley and Francis Bayley grant 
unto Richard Hinckley and William Bayley a messuage, &c, in Baker's 
Lane in Lichfield, to the use of the said Francis and Anne and 
their issue. 

Signatures of Richard Hinckley, William Bayly. 
Witnesses : Will : Bayly, Edward Dilke, Isaac Hinckley. 



Francis Bayley of Lichfield,=j=Joan, living 31 



gent; living 31 July 1695. 



July 1695. 



8 J. ' ' 1 I . I I 

William Bayley of Francis Bayley of=Ann Hinckley. Richard Hinckley 

Lichfield, butcher ; Lichfield, gent. of Lichfield, gent ; 

living 31 July 1695. * , * living 31 July 1695. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
31 July 1695. 



Francis Bayley and Anne Hinckley were married 1 August 
i6q$. — Registers of St. Mary's, Lichfield, co. Stafford. 



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Bayley and Rose. 

INDENTURE made 14 October 17 15, between (1) John Bayley, the 
-L younger, of the City of Lichfield, gent, (2) Thomas Rose of Alrewas, 
co. Stafford, gent, and his daughter Rebecca Rose, and (3) John Dyott 
of Lichfield, gent, and Isaac Rose of Alrewas, gent, brother of 
Rebecca Rose. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Rebecca Rose, John 
Bayley grants unto John Dyott and Isaac Rose a messuage, &c, in 
Market Street, Lichfield, and land in Longdon, co. Stafford, to the 
use of the said John and Rebecca and their issue. 

Signatures of John Baley, Tho: Rose, Jn° Dyott, Isaac Rose. 

Witnesses : Mary Heath, Thomas Hinckley. 

Thomas Rose of Alrewas,=j= 
co. Stafford, gent ; living 
14 October 17 15. 



Isaac Rose of Alrewas, 
gent; living 14 October 
1715- 

Marriage Settlements dated 
14 October 17 15. 

John Bayley and Rebecca Rose were married by licence at Alrewas 
2/ October 1715. — Registers 0/ Alrewas, co. Stafford. 



John Bayley, =Rebecca Rose, 
the younger, of 
Lichfield, gent. 



Bayley and Walton. 

INDENTURE made 1 January i66|-, between (1) Robert Bayley of 
Lichfield, felmonger, (2) Isaak Walton of Longdon, co. Stafford, 
yeoman, and his daughter Sarah Walton, and (3) Isaac Walton, junior, of 
Longdon, co. Stafford, yeoman, and John Bayley of Lichfield, felmonger. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Sarah Walton, Robert 
Bayley grants to Isaac Walton and John Bayley messuages, &c , in Wade 
Street, Lichfield, to the use of the said Robert and Sarah and their issue. 
Signatures of Isaak Walton, senior, John Bayley. 
Witnesses: Nich: Brett, Tho: Husband, Jo: Rawlins. 

Isaac Walton of Longdon, =j= 
co. Stafford, yeoman ; living 
1 January 166L I 

Robert Bayley of Sarah Walton. 
Lichfield, felmonger. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
1 January i66j. 

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Bayly and Cane. 

INDENTURE made 27 May 1809, between (1) John Bayly of 
■I Redburn, co. Hertford, gent, (2) Ann Cane of Redburn, spinster, 
and (3) George Lee Cane of Little Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
currier, and Thomas Lee of Maidenhead, co. Berks, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Bayly and 
Ann Cane, George Lee Cane and Thomas Lee stand possessed of 
^£900 paid as marriage portion by George Cane of Redburn, co. 
Hertford, gent, in trust for the said John and Ann, and John Bayly 
promises to add ^1,000 to the said trust money. 

Signatures of John Baly, Ann Cane, George Lee Cane, Thos : Lee. 

Witness : Chris : Lee, Lincoln's Inn. 

Endorsed with statement dated 9 November 181 1, signed by John 
Bayly, that the trust money has been transferred to him on the death of 
his wife, formerly Ann Cane, having died. Witness : John Lee. 

George Cane of Redburn,=j= 
co. Hertford, gent ; living 
27 May 1809. 

I 

John Bayly of Redburn,=Ann, marriage settlements 
gent; living 9 November dated 27 May 1809; died 
1 8 1 1. before 9 November 181 1. 



Beardmore and Cox. 

INDENTURE made 21 April 181 2, between (1) Joshua Beardmore 
of Milk Street, Cheapside, London, hosier, (2) Marianne Dorothy 
Cox of Nottingham, daughter of George Lissant Cox of Nottingham, 
hosier, and (3) her brother Edward Cox of Nottingham, hosier. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Joshua Beardmore 
and Marianne Dorothy Cox, it is agreed that Edward Cox shall be 
possessed of an annuity of ,£300 paid by Joseph Beardmore to ensure 
the life of Joshua Beardmore for ^1,000, and pay the residue to 
Marianne Dorothy Cox. 

Signatures of Jos a Beardmore, Marianne Dorothy Cox, Edward Cox. 
Witnesses : Edward Beardsley, Timber Hill, Nottingham ; John 
Crosland, Broad Street, London. 

George Lissant Cox of Nottingham,=j= 
hosier; living 21 April 18 12. 



Joshua Beardmore of Milk Marianne Dorothy Edward Cox of 
Street, Cheapside, London, Cox. Nottingham, hosier ; 

hosier. k , ' living 21 April 181 2. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
21 April 181 2. 



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Beckwith and Hodgson. 



INDENTURE made 23 June 1769, between (1) Mary Hodgson of 
S' George's, Hanover Square, co. Middlesex, spinster, (2) Richard 
Beckwith of Ripon, co. York, stationer, and (3) John Panton of 
S' James', Westminster, turner, and Jacob Yeats of Long Acre, 
wine merchant. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Richard Beckwith 
and Mary Hodgson, it is declared that ^200 East India Stock has 
been transferred to John Panton and Jacob Yeats to the sole use 
of the said Mary Hodgson apart from her intended husband. 

Signatures of Mary Hodgson, Rich d Beckwith, John Panton, 
Ja b Yeats. 

Witnesses : John M c Intosh, S l Alban's Coffee House, S' Alban's St. ; 
Dan 1 Bayley, Villers St., Strand ; Jn° Cunningham. 



Bennett and Wood. 

INDENTURE made 14 October 1686, between (1) Thomas Wood of 
■*■ Woodhouse, co. Leicester, gent, and his daughter Amy Wood, 
(2) William Horricke of Beaumanor, co. Leicester, the younger, esquire, 
and Thomas Bywater of Rodley, co. Leicester, gent, and (3) Thomas 
Bennett of Woodthorpe, co. Leicester, yeoman. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of his daughter Amy 
with the said Thomas Bennett, Thomas Wood grants unto William 
Horricke and Thomas Bywater his cottage in Charnwood Forest, co. 
Leicester, to the use of the said Thomas and Amy and their issue. 

Signatures of Thomas Woode, Thomas Bennett. 

Witnesses : Will: Maior, Tho: Wright, Will: Maior, jun r . 



Thomas Wood of Woodhouse,=j= 
co. Leicester, gent ; living 14 
October 1686. 



Thomas Bennett of 
Woodthorpe, co. 
Leicester, yeoman. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
14 October 1686. 



Amy Wood of 
Woodhouse. 



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Berkeley and Savage. 



GRANT dated 21 May, 25 Hen. VIII., by Thomas Berkeley, Lord 
of Berkeley, Mowbrey and Segrave. 
In consideration of the marriage already solemnized between me 
and my wife Lady Anne Berkeley, I grant to Sir George Brooke, knight, 
Lord Cobham, Sir John Portt, knight, Justice of the Common Pleas, 
Sir Richard Page, knight, William Bruerton, esquire, Thomas 
Whyttonton of Pawncely, esquire, Thomas Lytylton, esquire, John 
Baldwyn, Serjeant-at-Law, Edward Mountagewe, Serjeant-at-Law, John 
Savage, son and heir of John Savage, deceased, Edmund Savage, 
esquire, Christopher Savage, esquire, John Constable, Thomas Matston, 
John Portt, son and heir of said John Portt, Thomas Bromeley, David 
Brooke and Baldwin Porter, gents, my manors of Melton Mowbrey, 
Segrave and Seleby, co. Leicester, my manors of Brettby, Rostlaston and 
Caton, co. Derby, of Caloughdon near Coventry, co. Warwick, in trust 
for the use of me, Lord Berkeley, and my wife Lady Anne and our heirs. 
Signature and seal of Thomas Berkeley. 




Endorsed 24 May, 25 Hen. VIII., Thomas Trye of Caloughdon, 
esquire, a tenant of the manor, made an assignment to Edward Savage, 
Thomas Matston and David Broke at London, in the presence of 
Maurice Berkeley, esquire, Edward Aston, knight, Thomas Waterton, 
esquire, and others. 



Biddulph and Littleton. 

TNDENTURE made 9 April 1706, between (1) Theophilus Biddulph 
of Lapley, co. Stafford, esquire, son and heir apparent of Sir Michael 
Biddulph of Elmhurst, co. Stafford, baronet, and Carew his wife, 
(2) Sir John Talbot of Lacock, co. Wilts, knight, and Nicholas Lawes 
of Isleworth, co. Middlesex, esquire, (3) Sir Charles Littleton of Hagley, 
co. Worcester, baronet, his sons Charles Littleton, esquire, and Thomas 
Littleton, and (4) Rowland Cotton of Bella Port, co. Salop, esquire, 
and John Brandrith of Stone, co. Stafford, esquire. 

In consideration of his marriage with Carew, a daughter of 
Sir Charles Littleton, it is agreed that recoveries already suffered, or to 



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be suffered on the lordships of Lapley and Aston, co. Stafford, are to 
the use of Theophilus and Carew Biddulph and their issue. 

Signatures of Theophilus Biddulph and Ch: Lyttelton. 

Witnesses : Eliz : Wheeler, Will : Hulme, Hen : Wood. 




Sir Michael Biddulph= 
of Elmhurst, co. Staf- 
ford, baronet ; living 
9 April 1706. 



Sir Charles Littleton of= 
Hagley, co. Worcester, 
baronet ; living 9 April 
1706. 



3? 



Theophilus Biddulph=Carew, marr. before Charles Littleton Thomas Little- 
of Lapley, co. Stafford, 9 April 1706 (date of (eldest son), living ton, living 9 
esquire. marriage settlements). 9 April 1706. April 1706. 



Bigsby and Green. 

INDENTURE made 30 September 1708, between (1) Daniel Bigsby 
of Cretingham, co. Suffolk, gent, (2) Robert Green of Combs, co. 
Suffolk, gent, and John Welton of Framlingham, co. Suffolk, maltster, 
and (3) John Bigsby of Cretingham, maltster, nephew of Daniel Bigsby 
and Mary Green, spinster, one of the daughters of Robert Green. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Bigsby and 
Mary Green, Daniel Bigsby grants unto Robert Green and John Welton 
land, &c, in Cretingham for the use of Daniel Bigsby for life, then to 
the use of the said John and Mary and their issue, free from all 
grants, &c, except an indenture dated 28 July 1708, between (1) Daniel 
Bigsby and Elizabeth his wife, and (2) John Dove of Ipswich, gent, and 
James Brett of Coddenham, co. Suffolk, yeoman. 

Signatures of Daniell Bigsby, Robert Green, sener, John Welton, 
John Bigsby, Jn., Mary Green. 

Witnesses : Mary Bigsby, Thomas Richards, Thomas Westroupe, 
John Kemp, John Green. 

The lease for a year made 29 September 1708, signed Daniell Bigsby. 



Daniel Bigsby of=Elizabeth, 
Cretingham, co. living 28 
Suffolk, gent ; July 1708. 
living 30 Sep- 
tember 1708. 



Bigsby. 



=j= Robert Green of Combs,=f= 
co. Suffolk, gent ; living 
30 September 1708. 



Mary Green. 



John Bigsby of Cretingham, 

maltster. » , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
30 September 1 708. 



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Bigsby and Newson. 

TNDENTURE made 20 September 1736, between (1) John Bigsby of 
J- Cretingham, co. Suffolk, maltster, (2) Henry Gardner of Winston, co. 
Suffolk, maltster, and (3) Mary Newson of Framlingham, co. Suffolk, spinster. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Bigsby and 
Mary Newson, John Bigsby grants to Henry Gardner a malting house, &c, 
in Cretingham for the use of the said John and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of John Bigsby, Henry Gardiner, Mary Newson. 

Witnesses: Ro: Sparrow, Susan Girling. 

Lease for a year dated 18 September 1736, John Bigsby to Henry 
Gardner. 

Signature of John Bigsby. 

Witnesses : Ro : Sparrow, Susan Girling. 

John Bigsby of Cretingham, Mary Newson of Framlingham, 
co. Suffolk, maltster. co. Suffolk, spinster. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
20 September 1736. 

" September 2 1 ; ij 36. —John Bigsby of Cretingham and Mary Newson 
of Framlingham, single." — Marriage Licence Bonds at Ipswich, page 114. 



Birch and Millington. 

INDENTURE made 23 November 1697, between (1) Rev. Peter 
Birch of S' Bride's, London, D.D., (2) Martha Millington of 
S' Margaret's, Westminster, co. Middlesex, widow, and (3) Sir Walter 
Clarges of Ashley, co. Surrey, baronet, John Hales of S l Margaret's, 
esquire, Thomas Goddard and John Emilie of London, merchants. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Martha Millington, 
Peter Birch agrees with Thomas Goddard and John Emilie to settle 
^2, 000 on the said Martha, and Martha Millington assigns to Sir Walter 
Clarges, &c, her rights to money due on various mortgages to the use 
of the said Peter and Martha and their issue. 

Signatures of Pet: Birch, Martha Millington, Walter Clarges, John 
Hales, Tho: Goddard, John Emilie. 

Witnesses : Ri : Banner at Sadlers Hall, John Banner his Sonne, 
Joseph Nicholls serv 1 to the s d M r Banner sen r , Sarah Martin, Will: 
Mabley, Live w th Doctor Birch. 

Peter Birch, D.D., of S l Bride's, London=Martha, of S' Mslt-= (Brands) Millington. 
(see " Dictionary of National Biography" garet's, Westminster. 1st husband. 

Vol. V., page 66). , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
23 November 1697. 

"i6py. Nov. 24. Peter Birch, D.D., and M" Martha 
Millington." — Westminster Abbey Registers, page 35. 



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Bird and Cotton. 



INDENTURE made 7 October 1772, between (1) William Bird of 
J- the City of Lichfield, brasier, (2) Ann Cotton of Lichfield, spinster, 
and (3) Henry Bird of Lichfield, maltster, and Thomas Harrison of 
Lichfield, butcher. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with William Bird, Ann 
Cotton grants unto Henry Bird and Thomas Harrison her moiety of a 
house, &c, in Sandford Street, Lichfield, and other property bequeathed 
by her late father John Cotton, to her and her sister Mary Cotton, to 
the use of the said William and Ann and their issue. 

Signatures of W m Bird, Ann Cotton, Henry Bird, Thos : Harrison. 

John Cotton, died=p 
before 7 October 1772. 



William Bird of the City=Anne Cotton. Mary Cotton, living 
of Lichfield, brasier. 7 October 1772. 

v . , j 

Marriage Settlements dated 
7 October 1772. 

William Bird and Anne Cotton were married by lice?ice at St. Mary's, 
Lichfield, 8 October 1772. — Registers of St. Mary's, Lichfield, co. Stafford. 



1st wife. 



Bishop and Simpkin. 

A RTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 3 June 1684, between (1) John 
Bishop, the elder, of Thurmaston, co. Leicester, yeoman, and (2) 
John Bishop, the younger, of Thurmaston, yeoman, his son. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Bishop, the 
younger, and Hannah Simpkin, one of the daughters of John Simpkin, late 
of Thurmaston, yeoman, deceased, John Bishop grants to the said John 
and Hannah certain live stock, goods, &c, he, John the younger, 
to pay to his mother-in-law Katherine Bishop, if she survive John the 
elder, ^50, and to Mary Allen, daughter of John the elder, ^5, to her 
children Edmond, John, Thomas and Joseph Allen, ^3 each at age of 21. 
Signature of John Bishsop the elder. 

Witnesses: Tho: Storer, Tho: Duckett, Edward Watts, Geo: Ellyott. 

=j=John Bishop of Thurmaston,=Katherine, living John Simpkin of Thur- 
co. Leicester, yeoman ; living 3 June 1684. maston, yeoman ; died 
3 June 1684. 2nd wife. before 3 June 1684. 



. . . Allen. =f=Mary, living John Bishop. Hannah Simpkin. Other 

3 June 1684. " . ' issue. 

Marriage Settlements dated 3 June 1684. 

. . . ! 

Edmund Allen, not John Allen, not Thomas Allen, not Joseph Allen, not 
21, 3 June 1684. 21, 3 June 1684. 21, 3 June 1684. 21, 3 June 1684. 



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Bisshop and Corham. 



ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 26 October 1608, between 
(1) Sir Richard Coningesby of Easthampstead, co. Berks, knight, and 
Barbara Corham, late of Holshott, co. Hants, widow, and (2) Barnabas 
Bisshop of Brailes, co. Warwick, esquire, and his son and heir apparent 
John Bisshop, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marringe between John Bisshop and 
Dorothy Corham, one of the daughters of Barbara Corham, Barnabas 
Bisshop agrees to settle on them £100 yearly out of the Rectory of 
Brailes, not already settled on Jane his present wife, and will settle the 
said Rectory on John and Dorothy Bisshop and their heirs, with 
remainder to Anthony, Richard and George Bisshop his second, third 
and fourth sons, free of incumbrances, excepting the jointure of his wife 
Jane, and annuities to his said three younger sons, and portions of 
^"200 apiece to his daughters Jane, Ellen and Mabel at age of 18, 
or day of marriage. 

Witnesses : George Osbaldeston, Richard Heyford, Frauncis 
Conyngesby, Tho : Hughes and others. 



Barnabas Bisshop of Brailes,=f=Jane, living 



co. Warwick, esquire ; living 
26 October 1608. 



26 October 
1608. 



. . . Corham of Holshott,= 
co. Hants ; died before 26 
October 1608. 



=Barbara, living 
26 October 
1608. 



Anthony 
Bisshop, 
living 26 
October 
1608. 



Richard 
Bisshop, 
living 26 
October 
1608. 



George 
Bisshop, 
living 26 
October 
1608. 



Jane, not 
18, 26 Oc- 
tober 1608. 



Ellen, not 
18, 26 Oc- 
tober 1608. 



Mabel, not 
18, 26 Oc- 
tober 1608. 



John Bisshop 
(eldest son). 



Dorothy 
Corham. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
26 October 1608. 



Blaythwayte and Wynter. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 21 December 1686, between 
(1) William Blaythwayte, esquire, clerk to the Privy Council, 
(2) John Wynter of Dirham, co. Gloucester, esquire, (3) Sir Robert 
Southwell of King's Weston, co. Gloucester, knight, his son and heir 
apparent, Edward Southwell, esquire, Sir John Newton of Barscourt, co. 
Gloucester, baronet, Sir Gabriell Lowe of Mewewerke, co. Gloucester, 
knight, and Richard Leveson of Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, esquire. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary, only daughter 
and heir apparent of John Wynter, William Blaythwayte has settled by 
indentures of even date lands in Middlesex and London on the said 
marriage, and further agrees to pay ^2,000, which, with ^500, part 
of ^800 bequeathed to the said Mary by Henry Rogers, esquire, 
deceased, and ^500 by her sister Ann Wynter, lately deceased, 
and ^1000 to be paid by her father, are to be paid to Sir Robert 



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Southwell, &c, to be by them invested in lands to the use of the 
said William and Mary and their heirs. 

Signatures of John Wynter, Robert Southwell, J. Newton. 

Witnesses: Tho: Edwards, Jos: Dorney, Jos: Penwarne, William 
Hyde, J. Povey, Tho: Morgan. 



1/Oy 



John Wynter of Dirham, eo.=j= 
Gloucester, esquire ; living 
21 December 1686. 



William Blaythwayte, 
esquire, clerk to the 
Privy Council. 



Mary Wynter, sole Anne Wynter, died 
daughter and heir before 2 1 December 
apparent. 1686. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
21 December 1686. 



" 1686. Dec. 15. William Blathwayt, of S* Martin's in ihe Fields, 
Mi da 1 ., Esq. Bade, ab* 28, &> M rs Mary Winter of Derham co. Glouc. 
Sp r , a¥ 26, with her father's consent; alleged by Tho* Vivian, of 
S* Martin's afs d , Estf ; at Derham." — "Marriage Licences, Vicar- 
General," page 257. 



Bowles and Word. 

INDENTURE made 12 December 1723, between (1) James Word, 
the elder, of Longport, in the parish of St. Paul, near the City of 
Canterbury, yeoman, and (2) James Word, the younger, of St. Mildred, 
Canterbury, grocer, his son, and Elizabeth his wife, Jane Word his 
grand-daughter, Richard Bowles of St. Paul's, husbandman, and 
{Catherine his wife, daughter of James Word, and Elizabeth Bowles 
their daughter. 

In consideration of the marriages already solemnized between James 
and Elizabeth Word and Richard and Catherine Bowles, James Word, 
the elder, promises to settle the " Prince of Wales' Head " in St. Paul's 
to the use of the said James and Elizabeth Word and Richard and 

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Catherine Bowles for their lives, and then of Jane Word and Elizabeth 
Bowles. 

Signature of James (x) Word. 

Witnesses : Sarah Austin, Tho : Marsh. 

James Word of St. Paul's, near=j= 
Canterbury, co. Kent, yeoman ; 
living 12 December 1723. 



I 

James Word of=j=Elizabeth, marriage Richard Bowles= 
St. Mildred, Can- 
terbury, grocer. 



settlements dated 
12 December 1723. 



of St. Paul's, 
husbandman. 



Catharine (marriage 
settlements dated 
1 2 December 1723). 



I 



Jane W ord, living 
12 December 1723. 



Elizabeth Bowles, living 
12 December 1723. 



Breach and Freame. 

INDENTURE made 10 November 1677, between (1) Humphry 
Breach of Cirencester, co. Gloucester, gent, John Breach of the 
same, gent, his son and heir apparent, (2) Mary Freame, one of the 
daughters of William Freame, the elder, of Cirencester, and (3) the 
said William Freame, Ralph Willett of Cirencester, clothier, and 
William Bates of Cirencester, innholder. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Breach 
and Mary Freame, Humphrey and John Breach grant unto William 
Freame, &c, a messuage in Battle Street, Cirencester, purchased by 
John Breach, gent, father of Humphrey Breach, of Walter Stone and 
Edith his wife, and William Stone and Mary his wife, by indenture 
dated 2 April 1652, to the use of Humphrey Breach and Rose his wife 
for life, then to the use of the said John and Mary Breach and their 
heirs, without hindrance from Humphrey Breach the father, John 
Breach, Humphrey Breach the son, Elizabeth Breach and Anne Breach. 
Signatures of Humphry Breach, W m Freame, Ralph Willett, Will : Bates. 
Witnesses : Elizabeth Freame, Sarah Freame, Mary Damgill, John 
Bates, John Bargett. 

John Breach of Cirencester, co.=j= 
Gloucester, gent; living 2 April 1652; 
died before 10 November 1677. 



Humphrey Breach of= 
Cirencester, gent; living 
10 November 1677. 



=Rose, living 10 
November 1677. 



William Freame the elder 
of Cirencester, gent; living 
10 November 1677. 



Humphrey Breach, Elizabeth Breach, Anne Breach, John Breach of 
living 10 November living 10 Novem- living 10 No- Cirencester, gent 
1677. ber 1677. vember 1677. (eldest son). 



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Mary Other 
Freame. issue. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
10 November 1677. 



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Brewse and Payton. 

{See " Fragmenta Genea/ogiea," Vol. VIII,, page 20.) 



Bridge and Tweed. 

INDENTURE made 15 June 1661, between (1) Samuel Bridge, one 
of the sons of Ralph Bridge, late of Stoke-next-Clare, co. Suffolk, 
yeoman, deceased, and (2) John Tweed of the same, gent, and his 
only daughter, Mary Tweed. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Tweed, 
Samuel Bridge agrees to stand seized of certain lands in Saffron Walden, 
co. Essex, conveyed to him by Ralph and Mary Bridge, his father 
and mother, by indenture dated 1 October 1659, and land in Ashen, 
co. Essex, bought by him of Stephen Bridge 19 October 1659, to 
the use of himself and Mary Tweed and their issue. 
Signature of Samuell Bridge. 

Witnesses: Tho: Wade, Jo: Barker, Edw: Choate. 
Endorsed : " My Daughter Bridge her Joynture." 



Ralph Bridge of Stoke-= 
next-Clare, co. Suffolk, 
yeoman ; living 1 Oc- 
tober 1659; died before 
15 June 1661. 



=Mary, living 
1 October 
1659- 



John Tweed= 
of Stoke-next- 
Clare, gent ; 
living 15 June 
1661. 



Other 
issue. 



1 66 1. 



Samuel Bridge.=Mary Tweed. 

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Marriage Settlements dated 
15 June 1661. 



Samuel B ridge \ r 
Mary Tweed )■' 



Registers of Stoke-next-C/are, co. Suffolk. 



Bridges and Hole. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 4 August 1732, between 
(1) Thomas Bridges of Exeter, apothecary, (2) Dionysia Hole of 
the same, spinster, a daughter of Thomas Hole, late of Colebrook, 
co. Devon, gent, deceased, and (3) John Herring of Lamerton, co. 
Devon, gent, and Elias Eastway of Exeter, gent. 

Thomas Hole, by will dated 13 March 172^, bequeathed to Richard 
Hole, clerk, and Edmond Herring of Lamerton, gent, ^800 in trust 
for his daughter Dionysia, at marriage or age of 21, an age she has 
attained to. Now, in consideration of her intended marriage with 



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Thomas Bridges, Dionysia Hole assigns to John Herring and Elias 
Eastway the said ,£800, to invest £600 to the use of herself and 
children, and to pay £200 to Thomas Bridges. 

Signatures of Thomas Bridges, Dionysia Hole, Jno: Herring, 
Elias Eastway. 

Witnesses : Thos : Heard, Hum : Burton, Joan Heard. 

Thomas Hole of Colebrook,= 
co. Devon, gent ; died before 
4 August 1732. Will dated 
13 March 172!-. 



. I 

Thomas Bridges of Dionysia Hole, not 21, 
Exeter, apothecary. 13 March 172^. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
4 August 1732. 



Bright and Fiske. 

(See " Fragmenta Genealogical Vol. /, page $1.) 



Brinsley and Parker. 

INDENTURE made 12 May 1702, between (1) Joseph Brindley of 
Church Broughton, co. Derby, yeoman, and Elizabeth Brindley 
of Church Broughton, widow, (2) Daniel Parker of Church Broughton, 
gent, and his sister Elizabeth Parker, spinster, and (3) Joseph Parker 
of Derby, mercer, and Thomas Allsopp of Burton-upon-Trent, co. 
Stafford, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Joseph Brindley 
and Elizabeth Parker, Elizabeth and Joseph Brinsley grant unto Joseph 
Parker and Thomas Allsopp a farm, &c, in Church Broughton to the 
use of the said Joseph Brindley and Elizabeth Parker and their issue, 
subject to an annuity of to the said Elizabeth Brindley. 

Signatures of Joseph Brinsley, Elizabeth (x) Brinsley, Daniell 
Parker, Elisabeth Parker. 

Witnesses : Deborah Eld, Lettice North, Jos : Hayne, jun r . 



Joseph Brinsley of=Elizabeth Daniel Parker of Church 
Church Broughton, Parker. Broughton, gent ; living 
co. Derby, yeoman. 12 May 1702. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
12 May 1702. 

"Joseph Brindsley 6° Elizabeth Parker were married the 20 th day of 
May 1702." — Registers of Church Broughton, co. Derby. 



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Bromley and Whitehall. 



INDENTURE made n February 165!, between (1) Thomas Bromley 
of Hampton, co. Chester, esquire, (2) Rowland Whitehall, son 
and heir apparent of Richard Whitehall of Doddington, co. Salop, 
gent, and Thomas Broughton of Broughton in Worthenbury, co. 
Flint, gent, and (3) Ann Bromley of Hampton, spinster, daughter of 
Thomas Bromley. 

In consideration of the marriage of his son and heir apparent, 
Edward Bromley with Ellen, daughter of Richard Whitehall, Thomas 
Bromley grants unto Rowland Whitehall and Thomas Broughton 
messuages, &c, in Hampton, Norbury, Edge, Larton and Bickerton, 
co. Chester, to the various use of the said Ellen Bromley, of Elizabeth 
Bromley, wife of Thomas Bromley (according to the assignment of 
his late father, Hugh Bromley of Hampton, esquire), of Thomas and 
Edward Bromley and their heirs, subject to an annuity to Ann Bromley. 

Signatures of Thomas Bromley, Rowland Whitehall, Thomas 
Broughton, Ann Bromley. 

Witnesses : Ri : Whitehall, Peter Dod, Ric : Ward, Robert Tudman. 




r 





Hugh Bromley of Hampton,=|= 
co. Chester, esquire ; died 
before 11 February i65§. 



Thomas Bromley of=pElizabeth, living 



Hampton, esquire ; 
living 1 1 February 
i6 5 f. 



11 February 1 65 j. 



Richard Whitehall of= 
Doddington, co. Salop, 
gent; living 11 February 



Ann, living Edward Bromley,=Ellen, marr. before Rowland Whitehall, 

11 February son and heir 11 February 1 655- son and heir apparent; 

i65§. apparent. (date of marriage living 11 February 

settlements). 165^. 



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Brown and Nurton. 



INDENTURE made 2 March 1765, between (1) Samuel Brown of 
Chard, co. Somerset, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, (2) their son 
William Brown of Chard, linman, (3) Joan Nurton of Trull, co. 
Somerset, spinster, and (4) John Lock of West Dowlish, co. Somerset, 
gent, and Thomas Buncombe of Hannwood in Trull, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between William Brown 
and Joan Nurton, Samuel Brown grants unto John Lock and Thomas 
Buncombe messuage and land called " Hall " in Chard, excepting half 
an acre belonging to John Brown, brother of Samuel Brown, to the use 
of the said Samuel and Elizabeth Brown for life, and then to the use of 
the said William and Joan and their issue. 

Signatures of Samuel Brown, William Brown, Joan Nurton, John 
Locke, Thos: Buncombe. 

Witnesses : James Kirkpatrick, Jas : Wright, James Minifie, Jun r , 
Charles Poole. 



John Brown, Samuel Brown of Chard,=f=Elizabeth, living 
living 2 March co. Somerset, yeoman; 2 March 1765. 
1765. living 2 March 1765. 



" William Brown of the Parish of Chard, Bachelor, &• Joan 
Nurton, Spinster, of the Parish of Trull, were married in this Church 
by licence this 28 th Day of March in the year One Thousand seven 
Hundred & sixty-five by me Jno: Hurly, Curate. This Marriage was 
solemnized behveen us Will" 1 Browti, Joan Nurton, in the presence of 
Thos: Buncombe & Mary Matheivs." — Registers of Trull, co. Somerset, 
176s, page 9, No. j6. 



INDENTURE made 24 November 1758, between (1) Catherine 
Nuttall of Alrewas, co. Stafford, spinster, (2) Nathaniel Brown of 
Yoxall, co. Stafford, butcher, and (3) Charles Simpson of Lichfield, 
gent, and Robert Wright of Yoxall, gent. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with Nathaniel Brown, 
Catherine Nuttall grants to Simpson and Wright a house, &c, in 
Butcher Row, Lichfield, to the use of the said Nathaniel and Catherine 
and their issue. 

Signatures of Katherin Nuttall, Nat: Brown, Char: Simpson, 
Robt: Wright. 

Witnesses : Step" Simpson, W m Gilbert. 

Endorsed with receipt dated 21 May 1779, signed Nath: Brown, of 
J^iSo trust money due to him as having survived his wife Catherine, 
and extinguishing the within mentioned trusts. 

Nathaniel Brown of Yoxall,=Catherine Nuttall of Alrewas, co. Stafford ; 
co. Stafford, butcher, living marriage settlements dated 24 November 
21 May 1779. !758; died before 21 May 1779. 




Brown and Nuttall. 



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Budd and Bucke. 



INDENTURE made i February 163I, between (1) Anne Budd of 
London, widow of George Budd, Citizen and Salter of London, and 
only daughter and heir of Henry Conwaye, late Citizen and Stationer of 
London, deceased, and (2) John Hatt of London, gent, and Richard 
Talboys of Telburie, co. Gloucester, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between her son and heir 
apparent, George Budd of S 1 Sepulchre's, London, and Dorothy Bucke, 
widow, one of the sisters of the said John Hatt, Anne Budd grants unto 
John Hatt and Richard Talboys her messuage, &c., in Houndsditch, in 
S l Botolph without, Aldgate, and S [ Mary's, Whitechapel, to the use 
of the said George and Dorothy and their issue. 
Signature of Anne Budd. 

Witnesses : Henry Ewer, Tho : Hatte, Gerard Carpenter, Joseh 
Fysher, John Alsopp. 

Henry Conway, Citizen and= 
Stationer of London ; died before 



1 February 163 



George Budd, Citizen and==Anne (only daughter 



Salter of London j died 
before 1 February i63f. 



and heir), living 1 
February 163!- 



George Budd of S l Dorothy, widow John Hatt of Lon- Other 
Sepulchre's, London. of . . . Bucke. don, gent ; living issue. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
1 February 163^. 



1 February 163!. 



Buffar and Regnier. 

INDENTURE made 11 April 1750, between (1) Andrew Regnier, the 
elder, of S 1 Martin's-in-the-Fields, co. Middlesex, tailor, and his 
daughter Mary Regnier, (2) David Buffar of London, woollen draper, 
and (3) John Crush of Christ Church, co. Middlesex, silk thrower. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between David Buffar and 
Mary Regnier, Andrew Regnier agrees to pay ^2,500 to John Buffar and 
John Crush to the use of the said David and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Andrew Regnier, Mary Regnier, David Buffar, John 
Buffar, John Crush. 

Witnesses: Mary Geltker(?), Tho: Dunch. 

Andrew Regnier of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields,=f=( IVigg.) 
co. Middlesex, tailor; living 11 April 1750. | 



David Buffar of London, Mary Regnier. 

woollen draper. ^ , - 

Marriage Settlements dated 
1 1 April 1 750. 

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Bufton and Brabazon. 



INDENTURE made 26 January 163I, between (1) Thomas Bufton 
of Market Harborough, co. Leicester, shoemaker, and (2) Anne 
Brabazon of Hothorpe, co. Northampton, widow, and William Marston 
of Hothorpe, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Joan Brabazon, 
daughter of Anne Brabazon, Thomas Bufton grants unto William 
Marston a messuage, &c, in Market Harborough to the use of the said 
Thomas and Joan and their issue. 

Signatures of Anne (x) Brabazon, William Marston. 
Witnesses : William Royse, Henry Sprigg, Roger Goode (?), 
Edward Marston, John Fowler. 



before 
163!- 



Brabazon, died=j=Anne, of Hothorpe, co. 



26 January 



Northampton; living 26 
January 163^. 



Thomas Bufton of Market 
Harborough, co. Leicester, 
shoemaker. ' 



Joan Brabazon. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
26 January 163!. 



Bull and Ashford. 

INDENTURE made 4 March i68|, between (1) Richard Bull of 
A Pipe Hill, co. Stafford, yeoman, (2) Elizabeth Ashforde, daughter 
of Richard Ashforde of Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, yeoman, and 
(3) William Garbett of Hammerwich, co. Stafford, yeoman, and William 
Wrexham of Lichfield, mercer. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Ashford, 
Richard Bull grants unto William Garbett and William Wrexham 
a messuage, &c, at Pipe Hill to the use of the said Richard and 
Elizabeth and their heirs. 

Signature of Richard Bull. 

Witnesses: Thos: Bull, Job Reading, Richard Hinckley, Isaac 
Hinckley. 

Richard Ashford of Sutton=j= 
Coldfield, co. Warwick, yeoman ; 
living 4 March i68|. 



Richard Bull of Pipe Elizabeth 
Hill, co. Stafford, yeoman. Ashford. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
4 March i68| 



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Burling and Watson. 



INDENTURE made 12 October 1773, between (1) Thomas Burling 
of Holloway Down in Leyton, co. Essex, carpenter, (2) Elizabeth 
Watson of Leytonstone, co. Essex, spinster, and (3) Ralph Fresselicque 
of Walthamstow, co. Essex, gent, and Henry Henley of Leytonstone, 
shopkeeper. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Watson, 
Thomas Burling grants to Ralph Fresselicque and Henry Henley 
land in Leyton leased by him of John Tilney (Viscount Castlemain) 
by indentures made 26 July 1747, to secure an annuity of ^12 
to the said Elizabeth if she survive him, with reversion to his 
daughter Mary Cleverly, her husband William Cleverly, and her son 
William Cleverly. 

Signatures of Thomas Burling, Elizabeth Watson, Ra: Fesselicque, 
Henry Henley. 

Witnesses : James Petty of Wanstead, gardener, William Wakeling 
of Holloway Down, carpenter, Geo : Burton, Gibs : Lawson Reed. 



=j=Thomas Burling of Holloway Elizabeth Watson 
Down, in Leyton, co. Essex, of Leytonstone, co. 
carpenter. Essex, spinster. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
12 October 1773. 

William Cleverley, living=j=Mary, living 1 2 
12 October 1773. October 1773. 



William Cleverley, living 
12 October 1773. 



Burton and Kinton. 

INDENTURE made 25 September 1665, between (1) Richard 
-L Burton of Ansty, co. Leicester, yeoman, and his son and heir 
Richard Burton, and (2) Francis Kinton of Ansty, yeoman, and his son 
and heir William Kinton. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Richard Burton 
the son, and Mary Kinton, daughter of Francis Kinton, Richard 
Burton and his son grant unto Francis and William Kinton a messuage, 



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&c, in Ansty to the use of Richard Burton the elder and his wife 
Elizabeth for life, then to the use of the said Richard and Mary 
and their issue. 

Signatures of Ric: (x) Burton, sen., Richard Burton the yonger. 
Witnesses : Tho : Wadland, Rob* Glover, Anne Burton, John 
Walcott. 



Richard Burton of=j=Elizabeth, living 



Ansty, co. Leicester, 
yeoman; living 25 
September 1665. 



25 September 
1665. 



Francis Kinton of=|= 
Ansty, yeoman 
living 25 Sep 
tember 1665. 



I I 
Richard Burton=Mary Kinton. 
of Ansty. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
25 September 1665. 



William Kinton, 
living 2 5 Sep- 
tember 1665. 



"1665. Richard Burton, junior, and Mary Kinto7i, both of Ansty, 
were married December g th ." — Registers of Thurcaston, co. Leicester. 



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Butt and Hayes. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 17 April 1741, between 
(1) William Butt, the elder, of Stafford, innholder, and Barbara 
his wife, (2) George Hayes of Lichfield, apothecary, (3) William 
Butt, the younger, of Stafford, son of the said William Butt, and 
nephew of George Hayes, (4) Alice Hayes of Lichfield, spinster, 
niece of George Hayes, and (5) Carey Butt of Lichfield, apothecary, 
another son of William Butt. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between William Butt, 
the younger, and Alice Hayes, William Butt, the father, agrees to 
hand over to his son " The Swan " in Stafford, and George Hayes 
agrees to pay ^100 at the time of the marriage and ^200 more at 
his death. Also William Butt, the younger, agrees to pay £20 yearly 
to his father, and on 25 December 1746, £200 as portions between 
his brothers Carey Butt, Timothy Butt and George Butt and his 
sister Jane Pool, wife of Richard Pool (or, in case of her death, to 
her daughter Ann Pool), equally. 

Signatures of Will: Butt, Geo: Hayes, W m Butt, the younger, 
Alice Hayes, Cary Butt. 

Witnesses: Step" Simpson, Ad: Ward. 



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Butt and Hayes. 



ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 13 March 174!, between 
(1) Carey Butt of Lichfield, apothecary, Timothy Butt of Lichfield, 
barber, George Butt of Stafford, sadler, Jane Pool, widow (children of 
William Butt, the elder, late of Stafford, innholder, deceased), and 
(2) Alice Butt of Stafford, widow and administratrix of William Butt, 
the younger, late of Stafford, innholder, another son of William Butt, the 
elder, and George Hayes of Lichfield, apothecary. 

By Articles of Agreement made 17 April 1741, between (1) William 
Butt, the elder, and Barbara his wife (since deceased), (2) George 
Hayes, (3) William Butt the younger, (4) Alice Butt, then Alice Hayes 
of Lichfield, spinster, niece of the said George Hayes, and (5) Carey 
Butt, in consideration of the intended marriage of William Butt and 
Alice, George Hayes agreed to settle ^300 on the said William 
and Alice, and William Butt agreed to pay £200 among his brothers 
and sisters on 25 December 1746; now Alice Butt agrees to pay 
the said sum, and George Hayes at his death to pay ^200 to the 
said Alice, and the interest thereof during his lifetime. 

Signatures of Cary Butt, Timothy Butt, Geo: Butt, Geo: Hayes, 
Alice Butt. 

Witnesses : Charles Birch, John Baker, John Hickin, Henry 
Hadderton. 



William Butt of Stafford,; 
innholder; living 17 
April 1 741; died before 
13 March 174^. 



=Barbara, living 
17 April 1 741 ; 
died before 13 
March 174!. 



George Hayes of 
Lichfield, apothecary; 
living 1 3 March 1 74^. 



Hayes. 



Carey Butt 
of Lichfield, 
apothecary ; 
living 13 
March 17 4f. 



Timothy Butt 
of Lichfield, 
barber ; living 
13 March 174^. 

George Butt of 
Stafford, sadler ; 
living 13 March 
i74f- 



Richard Pool,=f=Jane, living 



living 17 April 
1 74 1 ; died be- 
fore 13 March 



i74f- 



13 March 
174! 



Ann Pool. 



William Butt,= 
died before 13 
March 174!- 



=Alice, marriage 
settlements dated 
17 April 1 741. 



Buttler and Simpson. 

A RTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 28 May 1675, between 
(1) Randolph Buttler of the Nevvwarke of Leicester, yeoman, and 
Mary his wife, (2) Thomas Simpson, the elder, of Leicester, tailor, and 
(3) Thomas Andrews of Little Stretton, co. Leicester, gent, and Mathew 
Symons of Leicester, gent. 

By indenture made 20 June 1674, Thomas Simpson, in consideration 
of the intended marriage of Randolph Buttler with Mary his now wife, 

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granted messuages, &c, in Leicester to the use of the said Randolph 
and Mary, and Randolph Buttler granted land in Kibworth, co. 
Leicester, to the use of himself and Mary Simpson, subject to a 
rent charge of £6 to Thomas Simpson and Joan his wife ; now 
Randolph Buttler agrees to pay Thomas Andrews and Mathew Symons 
^250 to secure the said sum of £6 yearly in lieu of the lands at 
Kibworth. 

Copy on paper endorsed: " Exaiat cu Orili 30 Jan: 17 n p nos 
H. Foster, Josi: Bitters." 



Randolph Butler and Mary Simpson were married 12 July 
1674. — Registers of St. Martin's, Leicester. 



INDENTURE made 14 September 1647, between (1) John Gregory, 
Citizen and Vintner of London, and Rose his wife, and (2) John 
Buttry of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middlesex, esquire, and Elizabeth Spitty, 
widow, daughter of John and Rose Gregory. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Buttry and 
Elizabeth Spitty, John Gregory grants unto the said John and Elizabeth 
house, <&c, in Fetter Lane, in S' Dunstan's-in-the-West, London, 
bought by him of John Squire, Citizen and Merchant Tailor, by 
indenture dated 28 September 1629, and also land bought of Thomas 
Lakes, esquire, eldest son of Stephen Lakes, LL.D., late of London, and 
his eldest son, Stephen Lakes, by indenture dated 22 October 1637, 
and also land in Fetter Lane, bought of Joan Ware, late of Ottery 
S l Mary, co. Devon, widow, by indenture dated 1 August 1629. 
Signatures of John Gregory, Rose Gregorye. 
Witnesses: Hum: Newton, Joseph Thicknes, Tho: Bere. 



Randolph Buttler of=Mary Simpson, marriage 
Leicester, yeoman ; settlements dated 20 June 
living 28 May 1675. 1674; living 28 May 1675. 



Buttry and Spitty. 



John Gregory, Citizen and=j=Rose, living 
Vintner of London ; living 14 September 
14 September 1647. *647- 



John Buttry of Lincoln's 
Inn, co. Middlesex, 
esquire. - — 



Elizabeth Spitty, widow 
of . . . Spitty. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
14 September 1647. 



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Byerley and Berkley. 



INDENTURE made 2 February i7§|, between (1) John Beaumont 
Byerley, the elder, of Belgrave, co. Leicester, esquire, and his son and 
heir apparent, John Beaumont Byerley of Belgrave, and (2) Walter 
Ruding of Westcotes, near Leicester, esquire. 

By settlements dated 10 August 1709, on the marriage of John 
Beaumont Byerley with Elizabeth his now wife, then Elizabeth Berkley, 
spinster, power was given him to raise ,£2,000 for the benefit of his 
younger children ; in accordance with which power he now raises £200 
for the use of two of his younger children. 

Signatures of Beaumont Byerley, Beaumont Byerley, jun r . 
Witnesses : Charles Barwell, Hen : Simons. 



John Beaumont Byerley=f=Elizabeth Berkley, marriage 
of Belgrave, co. Leicester, 
esquire ; living 2 February 



I7 li 
1 / 4 o- 



settlements dated 10 August 
1709 ; living 2 February 

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1 / 40' 



John Beaumont Byerley of 
Belgrave, esquire ; living 
2 February i7f§. 



Other issue living 
2 February i7f§. 



Carmarthen and Townshend. 

DEED POLL dated 5 August 1797, of George, Marquis of 
Townshend, and Ann his wife. 
By indentures made 5 September 178S, between (1) the said 
Marquis and Ann his wife, (2) his eldest son (by Charlotte, Viscountess 
Townshend and Baroness de Ferrars, his first wife), George, Earl of 
Leicester, (3) Lord William Townshend, Lady Ann Townshend, 
Lady Charlotte Townshend, Lady Maria Honoria Townshend and 
Lady Harriet Townshend (sons and daughters of the said George, 
Marquis of Townshend, and Ann), and (4) Thomas, Lord Walsingham, 
and Marcus Beresford, esquire, the sum of 16,000 was raised as 
a provision for the daughters of the said Marquis of Townshend. 
By deed poll dated 24 October 1795, of the said George, Marquis 
of Townshend, and Ann his wife, previous to the marriage of 
Harrington Hudson, esquire, and Lady Ann Townshend, ,£4,000 
was settled on the said Lady Ann Hudson. 

Now in consideration of an intended marriage between George 
William Frederick, Marquis of Carmarthen (eldest son and heir 



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apparent of Francis, Duke of Leeds), and the said Lady Charlotte 
Townshend, a similar settlement is made on Lady Charlotte Townshend. 

Signatures and seals of Townshend, Ann Townshend. 

Witnesses : Fred Booth, Sam 1 Pigge. 





^^^^^ 



Charlotte, Baroness= 
de Ferrars. ist wife. 



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=George, Marquis= 
of Townshend. 



George, Earl of Leicester, 
living 5 August 1797. 



Ann, living 
5 August 
1797. 2nd 
wife. 



William Townshend, 
living 5 August 1797. 



James Nugent 
Boyle Bernardo 
Townshend, living 
5 August 1797. 



Ann, marr. Harring- 
ton Hudson (marriage 
settlements dated 24 
October 1795). 



Francis, Duke= 
of Leeds. 



Maria Honoria Townshend, 
living 5 August 1797. 



Harriet Townshend, living 
5 August 1797. 



George William Frederick,=Charlotte. 
Marquis of Carmarthen. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
5 August 1797. 

" 17 August 1797. By special licence, at Rainham-hall, co. Norfolk, 
the Marquis of Carmarthen, eldest son of the Duke of Leeds, to Lady 
Charlotte Townshend, only dau. of the Marquis Townshend." — Gent's 
Mag., Vol. 67, part 2 (1797), page 711. 



Carpenter and Brace. 

GRANT dated 29 June 1648, by Thomas Carpenter, the elder, of 
Catshill, co. Worcester, yeoman. 
In consideration of the marriage of his son and heir apparent, 
Thomas Carpenter, the younger, with Jane, one of the daughters of John 
Brace, late of Fockbury, yeoman, deceased, Thomas Carpenter grants 



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unto Thomas Wilkes of Catshill, and to Thomas Brace of Fockbury, 
yeoman, lands, &c, in Catshill to the use of himself and Alice, his 
now wife, for life, then to the use of Thomas Carpenter and his heirs. 



Thomas Carpenter of= 
Catshill, co. Worcester, 
yeoman; living 29 June 
1648. 



=Alice, living 
29june 1648. 



John Brace of= 
Fockbury, yeoman ; 
died before 29 June 
1648. 



Thomas Carpenter,=Jane, marr. before 29 June 1648 
son and heir apparent, (date of marriage settlements). 



Other issue. 



Carter and Alston. 

INDENTURE made 20 September 17 18, between (1) Thomas 
Carter, the elder, of Denham, co. Buckingham, gent, and Thomas 
Carter, the younger, of Denham, gent, his son and heir apparent, 
(2) Clare Alston of Denham, spinster, a daughter of Edward Alston, 
gent, son of Sir Joseph Alston, late of Chelsea, co. Middlesex, baronet, 
deceased, and (3) Mary Clayton of the Vach, co. Buckingham, widow, 
and Joseph Alston of Newhouse, co. Suffolk, esquire. 

In consideration of the intended marriage between Thomas Carter, 
the younger, and Clare Alston, Thomas Carter, the elder, and Thomas 
Carter, the younger, grant unto Mary Clayton and Joseph Alston 
land, &c, in Denham to the use of the said Thomas and Clare 
and their issue. 

Signatures of Tho: Carter, sen., Thomas Carter, Ju r , Clare Alston. 
Witnesses : Samuel Spence, Thomas Jeffry, W m Besley, 
B. Blackwell. 

Sir Joseph Alston of Chelsea, = 
co. Middlesex, baronet ; died 
before 20 September 17 18. 



Thomas Carter of Denham,=j= 
co. Buckingham, gent ; 
living 20 September 17 18. 



Edward Alston, gent,= 
living 20 September 
1718. 



Thomas Carter of=Clare Alston. 
Denham, gent. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
20 September 1 7 18. 



" Thomas Carter, Jun r £r Clare Alston of Denham, Bucks, 
October 2, p. A. Bishop's Licence." — Registers of Denham, co. Buckingham. 



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Carter and Pemberton. 

DEED POLL, dated 29 September 1614, of John Carter of 
Bramford, co. Suffolk, clerk. 
In consideration of an intended marriage between my son Bezahele 
Carter and Ann Pemberton, daughter of William Pemberton, D.D., 
I grant unto William Cage of Ipswich, gent, and Richard Pemberton 
of Brettenham, co. Norfolk, clerk, brother of the said Ann, and 
Thomas Sorell of Bramford, collar maker, land, &c., in Bramford to 
mine own use for life, then to the use of the said Bezahele and 
Ann and their issue. 

Signature of John Carter. 

Witnesses : James Hopkins, Thomas Denton. 



John Carter of Bramford,=f= 
co. Suffolk, clerk ; living 
29 September 16 14. 



William Pemberton,= 
D.D. 



Bezahele Carter. Ann Pemberton. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
29 September 1614. 



Richard Pemberton 
of Brettenham, co. 
Norfolk, clerk ; living 
29 September 1614. 



Chamberlyn and (? Bealey). 

DEED POLL dated 9 January i62f, of Edward Chamberlyn of 
Lichfield, wheelwright. 
To make a provision for Joan Chamberlyn my wife, I grant unto 
her -£40, to be paid within ten days of my decease, and to Joane 
Bealey her daughter ^5. 

Signature of Edward Chamberlyn. 

Witnesses : John Haukneye, Slater Hukni, clerk. 

Edward Chamberlyn of=Joan, living=j= 
Lichfield, wheelwright ; 9 January 
living 9 January 162^. 162%. 



Joan Bealey, living 
9 January 162 f. 



Chapman and Brinsden. 

INDENTURE made 6 August 1678, between (1) Scarborough 
Chapman of Lincomb and Widcombe, co. Somerset, gent, and 
(2) Humphrey Little of Bristol, goldsmith, Samuel Price and 
Arthur Hart of the same, merchants, and Ann Brinsden of the 
same, widow. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Ann Brinsden, 
Scarborough Chapman grants unto Humphrey Little, Samuel Price 



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and Arthur Hart, a messuage, &c, in Lincomb and Widcombe to 
the use of the said Scarborough and Ann and their heirs, subject 
to the payment of ^400 as a portion for Jane Chapman, daughter 
of Scarborough Chapman, by his former wife, in accordance with 
indenture made 28 October 1668, between (1) Scarborough Chapman 
and (2) his father Henry Chapman and Francis S wanton. 

Signatures of Humphry Little, Arthur Hart. 

Witnesses : John Cross, John Nye, Will: Knoyal, Rob: Greene. 

Henry Chapman, living=j= 
28 October 1668. 



=Scarborough Chapman of 
Lincomb and Widcombe 
co. Somerset, gent. k 



Ann Brinsden of 
Bristol, widow. 



Jane Chapman, living 
6 August 1678. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
. 6 August 1678. 



Chaunce and Wilson. 

INDENTURE made 20 January 167I, between (1) John Chaunce 
of Catshill in Bromsgrove, co. Worcester, yeoman, and (2) John 
Wilson of Selley in Northfield, co. Worcester, yeoman, and his sons 
Richard Wilson and John Wilson the younger. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Anne Wilson, 
daughter of John Wilson, John Chaunce grants unto the said Richard 
and John Wilson " Potters tenement " in Catshill, to the use of himself 
and the said Anne and their issue, and free from all claims of his 
father Nicholaus Chaunce or his uncle William Chaunce. 
Signature of John Chaunce. 

Witnesses : Nicholas Chaunce, Edw : Feild, John Feild, Jerom : 
Bordall, Jacob Wilson. 



John Wilson of North-^p 
field, co. Worcester, 
yeoman ; living 20 
January 167^. 




William Chaunce, Nicholas Chaunce,= 
living 20 January living 20 January 
i67f. 167^. 



John Chaunce of Catshill, Anne Wilson, 
in Bromsgrove, co. 
Worcester, yeoman. ^ ( > 

Marriage Settlements dated 
20 January 167". 

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Richard Wilson, John Wilson, living 
living 20 January 20 January 167^. 
167I. 



Cheatle and Collins. 

INDENTURE made 20 October 1730, between (1) William Cheatle 
-L of Hints, co. Stafford, yeoman, and John Cheatle of Hints, yeoman, 
his son and heir apparent, and Mary his wife, and (2) Stephen Simpson 
of the City of Lichfield, gent, and William Webb of the same, baker. 

In consideration of a marriage already solemnized between John 
and Mary Cheatle, William and John Cheatle grant unto Stephen 
Simpson and William Webb land in Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, for 
the use of the said John and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of William Cheatle, John Cheatle, Mary Cheatle, 
Step" Simpson, W m Webb. 

Witnesses : Jo : Adey, jun r , Ri : Holland. 

William Cheatle of Hints,^ 
co. Stafford, yeoman ; 
living 20 October 1730. 



John Cheatle of Hints, co.=Mary Collins, marriage 
Stafford, yeoman ; living settlements dated 20 
20 October 1730. October 1730. 

"m: Joh. Cheadle & Mary Collins dec. 12, 1723." — Registers of 
Hints, co. Stafford. 



Chenery and Goddard. 

INDENTURE made 10 October 1670, between (1) William Chenery 
of Brockford, co. Suffolk, gent, and (2) his son Thomas Chenery. 
In consideration of the intended marriage of Thomas Chenery with 
Susan Goddard of Wickham Skeith, co. Suffolk, spinster, William 
Chenery agrees to be seized of his messuage, &c, in Brockfield to 
the use of himself for life, then to the use of the said Thomas Chenery ; 
provided the said intended marriage takes place before Christmas Day 
next ensuing. 

Signature of Thomas Chenery. 
Witnesses : Tho : Butts, Dorothy Butts. 

William Chenery of Brockford,=j= 
co. Suffolk, gent ; living 10 
October 1670. 



Thomas Chenery. Susan Goddard of Wickham 
Skeith, co. Suffolk. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
10 October 1670. 



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Chiver and Roberts. 

INDENTURE made 3 December 1649, between (1) Seacole Chiver 
of Quemerford in Calne, co. Wilts, esquire, and (2) John Roberts of 
Fiddington, co. Gloucester (sic), gent, and James Ashe, son and heir 
apparent of John Ashe of Freshford, co. Somerset, esquire, and 
Thomas Browne, the younger, son and heir apparent of Thomas Browne 
of Corse, co. Gloucester, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between himself and 
Elianor, one of the daughters of John Roberts, Seacole Chiver grants 
to John Roberts, &c, his farm at Chitway in Melksham, co. Wilts, 
and lands in Idbury, Foxcott and Churchill, co. Oxford, to the use 
of the said Seacole and Elianor and their issue. 
Signature of Secolle Cheuer. 

Witnesses : Tho : Roberts, Aylife White, Edward Baugh, Tho : 
Dobbs, Will: Madge, John Lyddall, Edward Baugh. 




Endorsed: "Memorandum That upon the Tenth day of Aprill 
1666 this deede was then shewed forth unto Thomas Dobbs, gent, 
upon his examincon in a cause nowe depending in the high Court of 
Chancery wherein Henry Chiver Esq. by Isabell Roberts his guardian 
is pit. against John Wallys gent, and Mary Newborne widdowe 
defendants Before us whose names are subscribed Com s in the 
said cause 

Ri: Gwinnett, Lewis Roberts, Will™ Gold (?)." 



John Roberts of Fiddington,' 
gent j living 3 December 
1649. 



Seacole Chiver of Calne, Elianor Roberts. Other 
co. Wilts, esquire. issue. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
3 December 1649. 



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Church and Todd. 



INDENTURE made 28 September 1688, between (1) William 
-L Church of Low Leyton, co. Essex, gent, (2) John Todd of 
Walthamstow, co. Essex, yeoman, and Mary Todd his daughter, 
and (3) William Simmonds of Langthorne, co. Essex, gent, and 
Edward Roberts of Walthamstow, yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between William Church 
and Mary Todd, William Church grants unto William Simmonds and 
Edward Roberts lands in Waltham Holy Cross and Rainham, co. 
Essex, bequeathed to him by his grandfather, James Church, Citizen 
and Merchant Taylor of London, deceased, by will dated 7 March 
i68-|, for the use of the said William Church and Mary Todd and 
their heirs. 

Signatures of William Church, John (x) Todd, Mary Todd, 
W m Simonds, Edward Roberds. 

Witnesses : W m Antrobus, John Dann, Francis Speidell, John Lee. 



James Church, Citizen and Merchant^ 
Taylor ; died before 28 September 
1688. Will dated 7 March i68|. 



Chmch=j=(Amy, living 



(died before 
J March 
i68\). 



J March 



John Todd of Walthamstow,= 
co. Essex, yeoman ; living 
28 September 1688. 



I 



William Church of Low==Mary Todd. 
Leyton, co. Essex, gent. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
28 September 1688. 



" 1688. Oct. 4. M r Church of Low Leyton and M rs Mary Todd 
marry ed in Mark Lane." — Registers of Walthamstow, co. Essex. 



Clarke and Watkin. 

INDENTURE made 9 June 1626, between Edward Clarke of 
Crick, co. Northampton, yeoman, and Richard Clarke his son 
and heir apparent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Richard Clarke 
and Margaret Watkin, one of the daughters of William Watkin, late of 
AVatford, co. Northampton, gent, deceased, Edward Clarke grants 



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unto the said Richard a yearly rent charge of 10 s on lands in Crick 
in occupation of Thomas Clarke and Richard Clarke the younger, 
which charge William Clarke, father of Edward, lately had of Richard 
Clarke, his brother, by deed dated 20 June 1579. 
Signature of Edward (x) Clarke. 

Witnesses : David Hanford, Richard Clarke, Richard Ringrose, 
scrivener. 



William Clarke of Crick,=j= 
co. Northampton ; living 
20 June 1579. 



Edward Clarke of= 
Crick, yeoman; living 
9 June 1626. 



Richard Clarke 
of Crick ; living 
20 June 1579. 



William Watkin of Watford,= 
co. Northampton ; died 
before 9 June 1626. 



Richard Clarke.=Margaret Watkin. Other 
, issue. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
9 June 1626. 

" 1626. Richardus Clark 6° Margareta Watk (illegible) nupti fueriint 
decimo septimo die Junij." — Registers of Watford, co. Northampton. 



Clayton and Hacon. 

INDENTURE made 17 September 1744, between (1) John Clayton 
of Peasenhall, co. Suffolk, gent, and (2) Nunn Pretyman of Cotton, 
co. Suffolk, clerk, Thomas Pretyman of Badingham, co. Suffolk, clerk, 
and Elizabeth Hacon of Kelsale, co. Suffolk, widow. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Clayton and 
Elizabeth Hacon, John Clayton grants to Nunn and Thomas Pretyman 
land in Cratfield and Laxfield, co. Suffolk, for the use of the said 
John and Elizabeth. 

Signatures of John Clayton, Elizabeth Hacon. 
Witnesses : B rn Simonds, Ann Simonds. 

Endorsed with receipt dated 1 May 1758, by Nunn Pretyman, as 
nephew and sole executor of the will, dated 22 March 1757, of 
Elizabeth Clayton, of ^350 from John Clayton. Signed Nunn 
Pretyman. Witnesses : Rob' Pretyman, Rich : Crowfoot. 

(Enclosures.) 1. An inventory of plate, household goods, &c. t of 
M rs Elizabeth Hacon, dated 17 September 1744. "May y c 31, 1757 



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Rec d the full contents of the inventory by me Nunn Pretyman Ex r . 
Witt s Jas: Carter." 2. An inventory of the goods, &c, of M r John 
Clayton, deceased, taken 22, 23 and 24 November 1763. 



John Clayton of=Elizabeth, relict of . . Hacon of 
Peasenhall, co. Suf- Kelsale, co. Suffolk ; marriage 
folk, gent ; died settlements dated 1 7 September 
before 2 2 November 1744; died before 1 May 1758. 
1763. Will dated 22 March 1757. 

" 1744. Sep. 20. M r John Clayton, of Peasenhall, widower, and 
M rs Elizabeth Hacon, of this Parish, widow, by Licence." — Registers of 
Kelsale, co. Suffolk. 



Cleaver and Hooke. 

INDENTURE made 26 March 17 19, between (1) Joseph Wafforne, 
the younger, of Sulby, co. Northampton, gent, and Joseph Musson 
of Atherston, co. Warwick, cordwainer, and (2) Henry Cleaver of 
Burton Overy, co. Leicester, farmer, and Joan Hooke of Burton 
Overy, widow. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of Joan Hooke with 
his son Henry Cleaver, William Cleaver of Burton Overy, farmer, 
agrees to pay to Joseph Wafforne and Joseph Musson £200 in trust 
for the said Henry and Joan and their issue. 

Signature of Henry Cleuer. 

Witnesses : Simon Barwell, jun r , Chas : Barwell. 



William Cleaver of Burton=j= 
Overy, co. Leicester, farmer; 
living 26 March 17 19. 



Henry Cleaver of=Joan.= . . Hooke, died before 
Burton Overy, farmer. 26 March 17 19. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
26 March 17 19. 

11 Henry Clever and Joan Hooke was married March 30th, 
17 1 Q." — Registers of Burton Overy, co. Leicester. 



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Cobley and Jelley. 

INDENTURE made 26 February 170°, between (1) Thomas Cobley, 
the elder, of Stoughton, co. Leicester, yeoman, and Alice his wife, 
(2) John Croson of Humberstone, co. Leicester, gent, and Richard 
Davenport of Oadby, co. Leicester, yeoman, and (3) Thomas Cobley, 
the younger, of Stoughton, son and heir apparent of Thomas Cobley, 
the elder, and Elizabeth Jelley of Keam, co. Leicester, widow. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between the said Thomas 
Cobley, the younger, and Elizabeth Jelley, Thomas and Alice Cobley 
grant to John Croson and Richard Davenport a cottage and lands 
in Billesdon and Houghton-on-the-Hill, co. Leicester, in trust for the 
said Thomas Cobley and Elizabeth Jelley and their issue. 

Signatures of Thomas (x) Cobley, sen r , John Croson, Richard 
Davenport, Tho: Cobley, Elizabeth Jelley. 

Witnesses : Richard Jelley, Mark Vann, Jn° Freer. 

Thomas Cobley of Stoughton,=j=Alice, living 



co. Leicester, yeoman ; living 
26 February 170^. 



26 February 



i 7 of. 



Thomas Cobley Elizabeth Jelley of Keam, 
of Stoughton. co. Leicester, widow. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
26 February 170^. 



Cock and [ ]. 

INDENTURE made 6 November 1701, between (1) Thomas Cock 
of Great Munden, co. Hertford, yeoman, (2) Benjamin Wall of 
Wakeley, co. Hertford, yeoman, and (3) Richard Cock of Walkern, 
co. Hertford, yeoman. 

In consideration of the marriage of his son Richard Cock with 
Elizabeth his now wife, Thomas Cock grants unto Benjamin Wall his 
messuage, &c, "the Vine" in West Mill, near Buntingford, co. 
Hertford, to the said Richard and Elizabeth and their issue. 
Signatures of Thomas Cocke, Ben Wall. 
Witnesses : Tho: Wall, Tho: Randall, Ann Brodsee (?). 

Thomas Cock of Great Munden,=j= 
co. Hertford, yeoman ; living 
6 November 1701. 



Richard Cock of Walkem,=Elizabeth, marr. before 6 November 
co. Hertford, yeoman. J7 OI i date of settlements. 



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Cocksedge and Braham. 

INDENTURE made 20 May 1704, between (1) Mathias Cocksedge 
of Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, grocer, (2) John Warren of 
the same, tanner, and William Girling of Broome, co. Suffolk, gent, 
and (3) Penelope Braham of Broome, spinster, grand-daughter of 
William Girling. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Penelope Braham, 
Mathias Cocksedge grants unto John Warren and William Girling 
lands, &c, in Thurston, co. Suffolk, after the death of his mother, 
Elizabeth, wife of William Craske of Bury St. Edmunds, to the use 
of the said Mathias and Penelope and their heirs. 

Signature of Mathias Cocksedge. 

Witnesses : Tho: Sparke, Tho: Evans. 



William Girling of=j= 
Broome, co. Suffolk, 
gent 1 living 20 May 
1704. 



Cocksedge.=j=Elizabeth, living=William Craske of 



1 st husband. 



20 May 1704. 



Bury St. Edmunds, 
co. Suffolk ; living 
20 May 1704. 
2nd husband. 



=j=. . . Braham. 



Mathias Cocksedge of=Penelope Braham. 
Bury St. Edmunds, 
grocer. >■ 

Marriage Settlements dated 
20 May 1704. 

1704. " Mathias Cocksedge 6° Penelope Braham were marr d 
June 8 th ." — Registers of Broome, co. Suffolk. 



Colclough and Blest. 

INDENTURE made 29 April 1693, between (1) Adam Colclough of 
Delphouse, in Dilhorne, co. Stafford, gent (son and heir of George 
Colclough, late of Blurton, co. Stafford, gent, deceased, and grandson 
and heir of Adam Colclough, late of Delphouse, gent, deceased) 
and Ann his wife, daughter of Charles Blest of Nagington Grange, 
co. Salop, gent, Thomas Boothby of Tooley Parke, co. Leicester, 
esquire, and William Parker of Parke Hall, co. Stafford, esquire, 
(2) Charles Blest, Samuel Adderley of Blake Hall, co. Stafford, esquire, 



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and William Grosvenor of Newport, co. Salop, gent, and (3) John 
Oliver of Clifford's Inn, London, gent, and Robert Savage of the 
Six Clerks' Office, gent. 

In performance of the terms of an agreement made 4 August 1684, 
signed by Thomas Boothby, Charles Blest and Adam Colclough, 
previous to the marriage of the said Adam Colclough with Ann his 
wife, since solemnized, and to raise portions for Sarah, Elizabeth and 
John Colclough (the surviving younger children of the late George 
Colclough), Adam and Ann Colclough, Thomas Boothby and William 
Parker, grant to John Oliver and Robert Savage, Delphouse and 
lands, &c, in Dilhorne, Cheadle, Barleston, Blurton and Trentham, all 
co. Stafford, to the use of the said Adam and Ann Colclough for life, 
then to the use of their son and heir apparent, Cesar Colclough, and 
the heirs of the said Adam Colclough, subject to the raising of ^600 
for the said younger children of George Colclough, deceased, and 
interest to be paid them at the rate of five per cent., but not to John 
Colclough till he attain the age of 21. 

Signatures of Adam Colclough, Tho: Boothby, Charles Blest, 
William Parker. 

Witnesses: Tho: Gaywood, Robert Millard, Walter Robinson, 
Wm: Newton, Grace Adderley, Charles Smith, Andrew Hill, 
George Taylor. 



Adam Colclough of Delphouse 
in Dilhorne, co. Stafford, gent ; j 
died before 29 April 1693. 



George Colclough of Blurton,= 
co. Stafford, gent ; died before 
29 April 1693. 



Charles Blest of Nagington= 
Grange co. Salop, gent ; 
living 29 April 1693. 



Sarah. Elizabeth. John Colclough, Adam Colclough of=j=Ann (marriage articles 



not 21, 29 April Delphouse, gent; 
1693. living 29 April 1693. 



dated 4 August 1684) ; 
living 29 April 1693. 



Cesar Colclough, son and heir 
apparent 29 April 1693. 



Coleman and Morrice. 

INDENTURE made 23 March, 23 Chas. I. [164^], between (1) 
A Joseph Coleman of Wardington, co. Oxford, gent, and (2) Nathaniel 
Coleman, his son and heir, William Kench and Samuel French of 
Wardington, yeoman, and Martha Morrice of Wardington, spinster, 
daughter and coheir of Philip Morrice, late of Dunchurch, co. 
Warwick, gent. 

5° 



In consideration of an intended marriage between the said Nathaniel 
Coleman and Martha Morrice, Joseph Coleman grants to William 
Kench and Samuel French, lands in Wardington, Willescote and 
Coton, all co. Oxford, for one whole year. 

Witnesses : Edward Bathurst, William Collis, William Kench. 



Joseph Coleman of Wardington,=j= 
co. Oxford, gent; living 23 
March 164^. 



Philip Morrice of Dunchurch,= 
co. Warwick, gent ; died 
before 23 March 164!-. 



Nathaniel Coleman, 
son and heir. 



Martha Morrice, 
dau. and coheir. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
23 March 164I-. 



Coleman and Smith. 

INDENTURE made 28 March 1749, between (1) Mary Smith of 
-L Chipping Campden, co. Gloucester, spinster, (2) John Coleman 
of Broadway, co. Worcester, chandler, son of George Coleman of 
Broadway, chandler, and (3) William Smith of Broadway, surgeon, and 
George Coleman, the father. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with John Coleman, 
Mary Smith grants unto William Smith and George Coleman a 
messuage in Pebworth, co. Gloucester, devised to her by her late father 
AVilliam Smith, to the use of the said John and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Mary Smith, John Coleman, William Smith, George 
Coleman. 

Witnesses : Thomas Smith, John Meek. 
Endorsed: "My mothers Jointer." 

George Coleman of Broadway, =j= William Smith,= 



co. Worcester, chandler ; 
living 28 March 1749. 



died before 28 
March 1749. 



John Coleman of Mary Smith of Chipping 
Broadway, chandler. Campden, co. Gloucester. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
28 March 1749. 



Colemore and Skynner. 

INDENTURE made 16 November, 24 Chas. I. [1648], between 
(1) William Colemore of Birmingham, co. Warwick, esquire, and (2) 
Thomas Jolley of Cofton Hackett, co. Worcester, esquire, Margaret 
Skynner of Cofton Hackett, widow, and Harbert Jenckes of Newhall, 
in Eaton, co. Salop, esquire. 

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In consideration of an intended marriage between William Colemore 
and Mary Skynner, daughter of Richard Skynner, late of Cofton 
Hackett, esquire, deceased, husband of the said Margaret, William 
Colemore shall convey before 15 February next ensuing, to Thomas 
Jolley &c, "Trafford Hall" in Aston near Birmingham, and land in 
Birmingham to the use of the said William and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Thomas Jolley, Margaret Skinner. 

Witnesses : Timothy White, Francis Walsingham, Josiah Key, 
Job Edkins. 

Richard Skynner of Cofton=j=Margaret, living 



Hackett, co. Worcester, 
esquire; died before 16 
November 1648. 



16 November 
1648. 



William Colemore of Birmingham, Mary Skynner. 
co. Warwick, esquire. * , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
16 November 1648. 



Collett and Atkins. 

A RTICLES OF AGREEMENT made n October 1777, between 
(1) Richard Collett of Hints, co. Stafford, farmer, and (2) Elizabeth 
Atkins of Great Haywood, co. Stafford, spinster, and Charles Simpson 
of Lichfield, esquire. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with Richard Collett, 
Elizabeth Atkins grants unto Charles Simpson her personal estate to 
the use of the said Richard and Elizabeth and their issue. 
Signatures of Eliz: Atkins, Rich d Collitt, Char: Simpson. 
Witnesses : Andrew Davies, James Ford. 

Endorsed with receipts dated from 21 February 1778 to 16 
August 1792. 

The above in duplicate endorsed with receipts dated from 21 
February 1778 to 11 December 1798. 

Richard Collett of Hints,=Elizabeth Atkins, marriage articles 
co. Stafford, farmer j dated 1 1 October 1777; living 
living 22 June 1795. 11 December 1798. 

11 No. 245. 

Richard Collett of y e Parish of Hints in y e county of Stafford, 
widower, 6° Elizabeth Atkins of this Parish, spinster, aged 23 years 
6° upwards were married in this Ch. by Licence this 23 rd day of 
ovem er 17 J J. ^ mg ^ \yii son ^ Q ura t Ci 

This marriage was solemnized betiveen us William Collett. 

T n F. Dorrington. 

In y e Presence of 

Ric¥ Collit. 

Elizabeth A thins. Registers of Cohvich, co. Stafford. 



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Collett and Hull. 

TNDENTURE made 24 March i68f, between (1) Anthony Collett, 
-I Citizen and Haberdasher of London, and his son and heir apparent, 
Tobias Collett, (2) Samuel Hull of Bradford, co. Wilts, dyer, and 
Richard Yerbury, Citizen and Salter of London, and (3) Mary Hull, 
daughter of Samuel Hull. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Tobias Collett 
and Mary Hull, Anthony and Tobias Collett grant unto Samuel Hull 
and Richard Yerbury, messuages &c. in St. Olave's, Hart Street, 
London, to the use of the said Tobias and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Anthony (x) Collett, Samuel Hull, Rich: Yerbury. 

Witnesses: Tho: Gilbert, Char: Minors, Tho: Cason, Jam: Elian, 
Tho : Templer. 



Anthony Collett, Citizen= 
and Haberdasher of 
London ; living 24 
March i68£. 



=Elizabeth, living Samuel Hull of= 
24 March i68£. Bradford,co. Wilts, 
dyer ; living 24 



March i68f 



Tobias Collett. Mary Hull. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
24 March i68£. 



Collett and Wade. 

(See "Notes" to " Visitation of England and Wales," Vol. V., 
page is 1.) 



Colman and Newton. 

INDENTURE made 22 May 1739, between (1) Richard Newton of 
Stanton, co. Suffolk, glazier, (2) Margaret Colman of Burgate, co. 
Suffolk, widow, and her only son William Colman of the same, yeoman, 
(3) Mary Newton, spinster, one of the daughters of the said Richard, 
and (4) John Newton of Stanton, yeoman, and Thomas Brett of 
the same, carpenter. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between William Colman 
and Mary Newton, Richard Newton grants to John Newton and 
Thomas Brett, lands &c. in Stanton to the use of Richard Newton for 
life, then of the said William and Mary and their heirs. 



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Signatures of Richard Newton, William Colman, Mary Newton, 
Tho: Brett. 

Witnesses: John Crossman, Geo: Boldero. 



. . . Colman,=j=Margaret, of 
died before 22 Burgate, co. 
May 1739. Suffolk; living 



22 May 1739. 



Richard Newton of=j= 
Stanton, co. Suffolk, 
glazier ; living 2 2 
May 1739. 



William Colman of Burgate,=Mary Newton. 

yeoman (only son). > , » 

Marriage Settlements dated 
22 May 1739. 



Other 



issue. 



"75 May z?3p. William Coleman of Burgate, single man, 23 yrs., 
yeoman, and Mary Newton 0/ Stanton S' John, single woman, 23 years, at 
Stanton S* John or All Saints." — Marriage Licence at Bury St. Edmunds. 

" 1739. — William Colman of Burgate, co. Suffolk, single man, 
and Mary Newton of this parish, single woman, were married 
May 29." — Registers of Stanton, co. Suffolk. 



ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 17 October 17 13, between 
(1) Nicholas Cooke of Betlowe, co. Hertford, yeoman, and Priscilla 
Seabrooke of Wingrave, co. Buckingham, widow, and Samuel Cooke, 
son and heir of the said Nicholas, and (2) Thomas Hedges of Abbott's 
Aston, co. Buckingham, yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between the said Samuel 
Cooke, nephew of Priscilla Seabrooke, and Sarah Hedges, daughter of 
Thomas Hedges, Priscilla Seabrooke agrees to grant unto the said 
Samuel and Sarah her farmhouse in Wingrave, late the inheritance 
of Thomas Seabrooke. 

Signatures of Nicholas Cooke, Priscilla (x) Seabrooke, Samuell 
Cooke, Thomas Hedges. 

Witnesses: Rich: Hedges, Fra: Neale, John Howe, Ann Chapman, 
John Howe. 



Cooke and Hedges. 



Thomas Seabrooke=Priscilla, living 
of Wingrave, co. 17 October 
Buckingham; died 17 13. 
before 17 October 



Betlowe, co. Hert- 
ford, yeoman ; 
living 1 7 October 



Nicholas Cooke of=f= 



Thomas Hedges-r 



of Abbott's Aston, 
co. Buckingham, 
yeoman; living 17 
October 17 13. 



1713- 



1713- 



Samuel Cooke. Sarah Hedges. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
17 October 17 13. 



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Cowper alias Butcher and Chisman. 

INDENTURE made 4 October, 17 Jac. I. (1619), between (1) John 

Cowper, alias Butcher, of Rudgwick, co. Sussex, yeoman, and 
(2) Thomas Cowper, alias Butcher, of Rudgwick, yeoman, and Richard 
Chisman of Rudgwick, yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Richard Cowper, 
son and heir apparent of the said John Cowper, and Katherine 
Chisman, one of the daughters of the said Richard Chisman, John 
Cowper grants to Thomas Cowper and Richard Chisman his lands, &c, 
called "Greate House," in Rudgewick, which came to him from his 
father Richard Cowper, alias Butcher, deceased, for the use of John 
Cowper for life, then of said Richard and Katherine and their issue. 

Signature of John Cowper, alias Butcher (x). 

Witnesses : Fearlee Hawter, James Porter, Richard Loe. 



Richard Cowper, alias Butchery 
of Great House, in Rudgwick, 
co. Sussex ; died before 
4 October 1619. 



John Cowper, alias Butchery 
of Great House, yeoman ; 
living 4 October 16 19. 



Richard Chisman of= 
Rudgwick, yeoman ; 
living 4 October 1619. 



Richard Cowper, alias Butcher, = 
of Great House. 



I 

=Katherine Chisman. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
4 October 1619. 

"Richard Cowper als. Butcher Katharine Chisman were 
married the sixth day of October, Anno Dom : i6ig." — Registers 
of Rudgwick, co. Sussex. 



Crawford and Rowley. 

INDENTURE made 29 April 1797, between (1) John Crawford, the 
elder, of Laurencetown, co. Meath, esquire, and Robert Crawford of 
Enniskillen, co. Fermanagh, esquire, and the Rev. Jason Crawford, the 
younger, of Laurencetown, clerk, eldest son and heir apparent of John 
Crawford, (2) Henry Rowley of Meaprath, co. Meath, esquire, and 
Henrietta Rowley, spinster, his eldest daughter, (3) James Crawford 
of the City of Dublin, esquire, and Launcelot Fisher of Drogheda, 
esquire, (4) Rowland Betty of Dublin, esquire, administrator of the 
Rev. Christopher Betty, late of Cherry Mount, co. Meath, clerk, 
deceased, (5) Richard Chaloner of Kingsfort, co. Meath, esquire, 



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and Richard Vincent, late of Enniskillen, now of Bath, esquire, 
(6) Thomas Vincent of Dublin, esquire, and (7) William Weldon of 
Gravel Mount, co. Meath, esquire, and Richard Gilbert Bethel of 
Dublin, esquire. 

By indentures dated 6 November 1761, between (1) Jason Crawford, 
the elder, of Laurencetown, esquire, (2) Robert Crawford, his eldest 
son, and Alice his wife, (3) John Barlow of Dublin, gent, (4) Hon ble 
Barry Maxwell of co. Meath, and John Chaloner of Kingsford, 
(5) John Fleming of Stohalmack, and Ralph Crawford of Petersville, 
Co. Meath, esquire, and (6) Andrew Crawford of Arbor Hill, Dublin, 
and Ralph Crawford of Snowhill, co. Fermanagh, Jason Crawford 
granted certain lands in county Fermanagh to form a jointure for Alice, 
wife of Robert Crawford. 

By indentures dated 23 November 1765, on the marriage of his 
2nd son John Crawford with his present wife Elizabeth Vincent, only 
daughter of Ann Vincent of Dublin, relict of the Rev. Richard Vincent, 
late of Enniskillen . . . 

{The remainder of this deed is missing.) 



Jason Crawford, the elder,=j= 
of Laurencetown, co. Meath, 
esquire; living 23 November 
1765- 



Robert Crawford= 
(eldest son) ; living 
29 April 1797. 



=Alice, marr. 
before 6 No- 
vember 1761. 



Rev. Richard Vincent of= 
Enniskillen, co. Fermanagh ; 
died before 23 November 
1765- 



=Anne, living 
23 November 
1765- 



John Crawford-- 
of Laurence- 
town, esquire 
(2nd son) ; 
living 29 April 
1797. 



=Elizabeth, marriage 
settlements dated 
23 November 1765; 
living 29 April 
1797. 



Henry Rowley=j= 
of Meaprath, 
co. Meath ; 
living 29 April 
1797. 



Rev. Jason Crawford 
of Laurencetown 
(eldest son). 



Henrietta Rowley, 
eldest daughter. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
29 April 1797. 



Curzon and Noel. 

(See "Notes" to "Visitation of England and Wales" Vol. V, 
page 101.) 



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Dade and Seaman. 



INDENTURE made 21 September 1695, between (1) Thomas Dade 
of Great Thornham, co. Suffolk, yeoman, Catherine his wife, and 
Robert Dade, his eldest son and heir, (2) Robert Dade of Yaxley, 
co. Suffolk, yeoman, brother of Thomas Dade, and Thomasine his wife, 
(3) James Hervey of Eye, co. Suffolk, gent, and John Shuckforth of 
Eye, gent, and (4) Alice Seaman of Thorndon, co. Suffolk, spinster. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between the said Robert 
Dade and Alice Seaman, Thomas and Robert Dade release unto James 
Hervey and John Shuckforth the messuages &c, " Hartismere," and 
other lands in Yaxley, in trust for the use of Thomas and Catherine 
Dade, and then for the said Robert and Alice and their heirs. 
Signatures of Thomas Dade, Robert Dade, Alice Seaman. 
Witnesses: Cha: Nelson, Simon Jeffrey. 



Thomas Dade, of Great=j=Catherine, living 



Thornham, co. Suffolk, 
yeoman ; living 2 1 
September 1695. 



2 1 September 
1695. 



Robert Dade of Yaxley,=Thomasine, living 
co. Suffolk, yeoman ; 2 1 September 
living 21 September 1695. 
1695. 



Alice Seaman 
of Thorndon. 



Robert Dade, 
eldest son. 



Other 
issue. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
21 September 1695. 



Daniell and Ringe. 

INDENTURE made 1 April 1647, between (1) John Daniell of 
J- Nether Boddington, co. Northampton, yeoman, and (2) Robert 
Ringe of Bishop's Itchington, co. Warwick, yeoman, and Daniel Neale 
of Avon Dassett, co. Warwick, husbandman. 

In consideration of the marriage of himself and Elizabeth, daughter 
of Robert Ringe, John Daniell grants unto Robert Ringe and Daniel 
Neale the moiety of his messuage and lands in Nether Boddington to 
the use of the said John and Elizabeth Daniell and their heirs. 

Signature of John Daniell. 

Witnesses : John Kirtlan, John Neale. 

Robert Ringe of Bishop's=j= 
Itchington, co. Warwick, 
yeoman ; living 1 April 
1647- , 

John Daniell of Nether=Elizabeth, marr. 
Boddington, co. North- before 1 April 
hampton, yeoman. 1647. 

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Daniell and Sexton. 



INDENTURE made . . February i6ii between (i) Adam Danyell 
of East Lockinge, co. Berks, yeoman, and (2) Richard Campion 
of Appleton, co. Berks, yeoman, and Thomas Sexton of Kingston 
Bagpuize, co. Berks, yeoman. 

In consideration of his marriage with Sybil, his now wife, daughter- 
in-law of Richard Campion and sister of Thomas Sexton, Adam 
Danyell grants to Richard Campion and Thomas Sexton land in East 
Lockinge, bought by him of Thomas Raynolds 29 September 1609, 
to the use of the said Sybil. 
Signature of Adam Daniell. 

Witnesses : William Yateman, Tho : Reade, John Wall. 



Robert Smyth of East Lockinge,= 
co. Berks, husbandman ; bought 
land of Edward Keate, gent, 
1 August 1589. Will dated 
1 April 1596. 



Oliver Smyth, by will dated 
1 August 1597, bequeathed 
said land to Thomas 
Raynolds and Catherine 
his wife. 



Richard Campion=. 
of East Lockinge, 
co. Berks, yeoman; 
living February 1 6 



: . . . Sexton. 
1 st husband. 



Adam Daniell of=Sybil, marr. before Thomas Sexton 



East Lockinge, 
yeoman ; bought 
land of Thomas 
Raynolds 29 Sep- 
tember 1609. 



February 161^, 
date of marriage 
settlements. 



of Kingston 
Bagpuize, co. 
Berks, yeoman; 
living February 



Davies and Mutton. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 23 June 1631, between 
(1) Sir Peter Mutton of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middlesex, knight, 
Chief Justice of North Wales, and (2) Robert Davies of Gwysaney, 
co. Flint, esquire. 

In consideration of an intended marriage (before 10 August 1631), 
between Robert Davies, son and heir apparent of the said Robert 
Davies and Anne, eldest daughter of the said Sir Peter Mutton, Robert 
Davies agrees to pay ,£3,000 and convey his lands in Mould Hope, 
Hawarden, and elsewhere in the counties of Flint and Denbigh 
(subject to the jointure of Anne his now wife), to the use of the said 
Robert and Anne and their issue, and Sir Peter Mutton agrees to 
make a similar conveyance of lands in the county of Carnarvon. 
Signatures of P. Mutton, Robert Davies. 
Witnesses : John Wynne. 



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Davies and Wilbraham. 

INDENTURE made 10 March 165!, between (1) Robert Davies of 

Gwysaney, co. Flint, esquire, and Anne his wife, and his son and 
heir apparent, Mutton Davies, esquire, and (2) Sir Thomas Wilbraham 
of Woodhey, co. Chester, baronet. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Mutton Davies 
and Elizabeth Wilbraham, daughter of Sir Thomas Wilbraham, Robert, 
Anne and Mutton Davies, agree to convey the manor of Ewlow, co. 
Flint, and lands in the counties of Flint, Denbigh and Carnarvon, 
formerly the lands of Sir Peter Mutton, knight, deceased (father of 
the said Anne Davies), and of Robert Davies, esquire, deceased 
(father of the said Robert Davies), to the use of the said Robert and 
Anne Davies for life, then to the use of the said Mutton and Elizabeth 
and their issue. 

Signatures of Robert Davies, Ann Davies, Mutton Davies. 

Witnesses : Humfrey Brigges, Fra : Mauley, John Powell, Jo : 
Madockes, Dauvie Johnes, E. Griffyn, Robert Arson, Ed: Jones, 
George Hope, Roger Hope, John Powell, Griffith Hughes. 



Robert Davies of Gwysaney, = 
co. Flint, esquire; living 
23 June 1631 ; died before 
10 March 165I. 



Anne, living Sir Peter Mutton, knight,= 
23 June Chief Justice of North 
1 63 1. Wales; living 23 June 

1 63 1 ; died before 10 

March 165^. 



Robert Davies of= 
Gwysaney, esquire; 
living 10 March 

i6Sf 



Anne (eldest 
daughter); living 
10 March 165!-. 



Sir Thomas Wilbraham of= 
Woodhey, co. Chester, 
baronet; living 10 March 

"«5f 



Mutton Davies.=Elizabeth Wilbraham. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
10 March 165I-. 



"1658. Mutton Davies son and heir apparent of Robert Davies 
of Goossonnah Esq r and Elizabeth Wilbraham daughter of Sir Thomas 
Wilbraham of Woodhey, Baronet, were after publication married 
2 J May." — Registers of Acton, co. Chester. 



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Davies and (William). 



INDENTURE made 8 January 173!, between (1) John Davies of 
Brynyreiddion in Breilwagothy, co. Carmarthen, (2) Griffith Jenkin 
of Llanvihangel Yeroeth, co. Carmarthen, yeoman, and William John of 
Llangeler, co. Carmarthen, and (3) Anne Davies, only daughter of John 
Davies by his late wife Mary, daughter of William John. 

By indenture made 22 October 1734, between (1) John Davies, and 
(2) Griffith Jenkin and William John and his said daughter, then Mary 
William, spinster, John Davies, in consideration of his intended 
marriage with Mary William, agreed to make a settlement on the said 
Mary and her issue ; so in performance of this agreement he now 
confirms to Griffith Jenkin and William John land, &c, in Llanvihangel 
Yeroeth to the use of John Davies for life, then to the use of the said 
Ann Davies and her heirs. 

Signatures of John Davies, Griffith Jenkin. 
Witnesses : John Lloyd, Josh : Jones, James Lewis. 

William (John) of Llanvihangeh 
Yeroeth, co. Carmarthen ; 
living 8 January 173^. 



John Davies of Breilwagothy,=j=Mary (William), marriage settle- 



co. Carmarthen ; living 
8 January 173^. 



ments dated 22 October 1734; 
died before 8 January 173!- 



Ann, living 8 
January 173!. 



Davis and [ 



INDENTURE made 10 September 1681, between (1) William Davis 
of S' Martin's-in-the-Fields, co. Middlesex, gent, and Elizabeth his 
wife, and (2) Isaac Anderton of Putney, co. Surrey, victualler, and 
John Tuncks of S l Martin's, cordwainer. 

In consideration of his marriage with Elizabeth his wife, and of his 
affection for William, Edward, Barker and Adam Davis, their sons, 
William Davis grants unto Isaac Anderton and John Tuncks the 
messuage, &c, called "Combs," at Yedding in Hayes, co. Middlesex, to 
the use of the said William and Elizabeth for life, and then to his 
said sons equally. 

Signatures of Will : Davis, Eliz : Davis. 

Witnesses : Thos: Gilbert, Char: Minors, Jam: Elian, Tho: Templer. 



William Davis of S l Martin's- 
in-the-Fields, co. Middlesex ; 
living 10 September 1681. 

/ 



: Elizabeth, living 
10 September 
1681. 



Villiam Davis, living Edward Davis, living Barker Davis, living Adam Davis, living 
September 1681. 10 September 1681. 10 September 1681. 10 September 168 1. 

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Davison and Turner. 



INDENTURE made 30 December 1720, between (1) Thomas 
Davison of Blakiston, co. Durham, esquire, (2) Mary Davison of 
Norton, co. Durham, widow of John Davison of Blakiston esquire, 
his mother, (3) Theophila Turner, spinster, 3rd daughter of Charles 
Turner, late of Kirkleatham, co. York, esquire, and Margaret his wife, 
and (4) Cholmley Turner of Kirkleatham, esquire, son and heir of 
Charles Turner. 

By indenture dated 18 April 1706, between (1) Thomas Davison 
and Mary Davison and Musgrave Davison of New Inn, co. Middlesex, 
gent, and Margaret Davison of Blakiston, spinster, (2) Robert Hilton of 
Stockton-on-Tees, co. Durham, gent, and John Crosby of the city of 
Durham, gent, (3) Sir John Bland of Kippax Park, co. York, baronet, 
Thomas Conyers of Ellymer Hall, co. Durham, and Christopher 
Lowther of Little Preston, co. York, esquire, (4) William Lambton of 
Lambton, co. Durham, esquire, and Lyonell Vane of Long Newton, co. 
Durham, esquire, and (5) Ann Bland, eldest daughter of Sir John 
Bland ; the manors of Blakiston, &c, were conveyed to the use of 
Thomas Davison and Ann Bland (shortly after married), and the said 
Ann Davison has been dead several years. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Thomas Davison 
and Theophila Turner, Thomas Davison assigns to Theophila Turner, 
if she survive him, farm houses &c, in Thorpe Thewles and Grindon, 
co. Durham, for her own use. 

Signatures and seals of Thomas Davison, Mary Davison, Theo : 
Turner. 

Witnesses : Rich d Cuthbert, William Clayton, R. Cuthbert, Margaret 
Kayes, Joseph Forster, Henry Kayes. 





John Davison of= 
Blakiston, co. 
Durham, esquire ; 
died before 1 8 
April 1706. 



;Mary of Norton, 
co. Durham; living 
30 December 1720. 



Charles Tumer=j=Margaret. 
of Kirkleatham, 
co. York ; died 
before 30 Der 
cember 1720. 



Ann Bland, eldest dau.=Thomas Davison 
of Sir John Bland of of Blakiston, 
Kippax Park, co. York, esquire, 
baronet; marriage settle- 
ments dated 18 April 
1706; died before 30 
December 1720. 



Theophila Turner. 
3rd daughter. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
30 December 1720. 

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Cholmley Turner 
of Kirkleatham, 
esquire ; living 30 
December 1720. 



Dean and Reynolds. 



ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 4 December 1778, between 
(1) Nathaniel Dean of Eccleshall, co. Stafford, surgeon, (2) Jane 
Reynolds of Lichfield, spinster, and (3) Charles Simpson of Lichfield, 
esquire. 

In consideration of their intended marriage, Nathaniel Dean and 
Jane Reynolds assign to Charles Simpson ^800 and the money 
due to Jane Reynolds under the wills of her grandfather, Stephen 
Simpson, and her father, Robert Reynolds, in trust for them and their 
children. 

Signatures of Nath: Dean, Jane Reynolds, Char: Simpson. 
Witnesses : Mary Reynolds, John Reynolds, W m Gilbert, Rich d Bell. 



Stephen Simpson, died= 
before 4 December 
1778. 



I 

Robert Reynolds, died=j=. . . . 
before 4 December 
1778. 



Nathaniel Dean Jane Reynolds 
of Eccleshall, co. of Lichfield. 
Stafford, surgeon. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
4 December 1778. 



Debank and [ ]. 

TNDENTURE made 8 November 1748, between (1) John Debank 
A- the younger of Barton-under-Needwood, co. Stafford, mercer, and 
Mary his wife, and (2) Thomas Webb of Blakenall, co. Stafford, esquire, 
and William Webb of Barton, gent. 

In consideration of his marriage with his wife Mary, John Debank 
grants unto Thomas and William Webb land in Barton to the 
use of the said John and Mary and their heirs. 

Signatures of John Debank, Jun r , Mary (x) Debank. 

Witnesses : Step" Simpson, Jn° Willington. 



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Dennys and Wells. 

"p\EED POLL dated 12 April 1630, of William Dennys, the elder, 
of East Peckham, co. Kent, yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between my son John 
Dennys and Helen Wells, daughter of John Wells, late of Hadlow, co. 
Kent, deceased, I grant unto the said Helen an annuity of ,£5 charged 
on the messuage occupied by William Dennys, the younger, my son, 
in East Peckham. 

Signature of William (x) Dennys, sen. 

Witnesses : David Harrys and John Hooper, sen. 



William Dennys of East= 
Peckham, co. Kent, 
yeoman; living 12 April 
1630. 



John Wells of Hadlow, = 
co. Kent, yeoman ; 
died before 12 April 
1630. 



William Dennys, living John Dennys.=Helen Wells. 
12 April 1630. <- 

Marriage Settlements dated 
12 April 1630. 

"John Dennis 6° Helen Wells were married April ig, i6jo."- 
Registers of Hadlow, co. Kent. 



Denzey and Piddington. 

INDENTURE made 4 April, 21 James I. [1623], between 
(1) Christopher Denzey of Middleton Cheney, co. Northampton, 
butcher, and (2) Foulke Denzey of the same, butcher, son of Christopher 
Denzey, and Patience Piddington of Badby, co. Northampton, spinster. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Foulke Denzey 
and Patience Piddington, Christopher Denzey assigns the farm, &c, in 
Middleton Cheney, bought by him of Matthew Camden, yeoman, 
10 January, 41 Eliz : [159U, and land in Middleton and Warkworth, 
bought of Thomas Ward, gent, 27 September, 3 James I. [1605], to 
the said Fulke and Patience and their heirs. 

Witnesses : Thomas Williams, Daniel Piddington, John Pettinead. 

Christopher Denzey of Middleton=|= 
Cheney, co. Northampton, 
butcher; living 4 April 1623. 



Fulke Denzey of Middleton=Patience Piddington of 
Cheney, butcher. Badby, co. Northampton. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
4 April 1623. 

"1623. Ffulke Danzey and Patience Piddington married ij May." 
Registers of Badby, co. Northampton. 



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Deyns and Reddrich. 



INDENTURE made i June 1665, between (1) Henry Deyns of 
Ipswich, co. Suffolk, gent, and (2) Elizabeth Reddrich of Ipswich, 
widow, and Thomas Scrivener of Sibton, co. Suffolk, esquire. 

In consideration of his marriage with Elizabeth, eldest daughter of 
Elizabeth Reddrich, Henry Deyns grants unto the said Elizabeth 
Reddrich and Thomas Scrivener a messuage, &c, called "Punts," in 
Roydon, co. Suffolk, to the use of the said Henry and Elizabeth and 
their issue, without encumbrance save only for one lease for 13 years 
dated 10 June 1661, from Henry Deyns to his father Thomas 
Deyns, gent. 

Signature of Hen: Deyns. 

Witnesses : Hen : Reddrich, Margerey Hanson, Stephen Keble, 
John Deyns, Margaret Horning. 




Thomas Deynes of Roydon,= 
co. Suffolk, gent ; living 
1 June 1665. 



Reddrich,=j=Elizabeth, of 



died before 1 June 
1665. 



Ipswich; living 
1 June 1665. 



Henry Deynes of=Elizabeth, marr. before 
Ipswich, gent. 1 June 1665, date of 
marriage settlements. 



Dodd and Greaves. 

INDENTURE made 25 January 165^, between (1) Charles Dodd of 
Yardley, co. Worcester, esquire, and Katherine his wife, and Robert 
Dodd, their son and heir apparent, (2) Lucy Greaves of Sheldon, co. 
Warwick, widow of Thomas Greaves of Sheldon, and (3) Christopher 
Hayles of the city of Coventry, eldest son of John Hayles of 
White Friars in Coventry, esquire, and John Taylor of Smythes 
Fletchampsteed, in Stourbridge, co. Worcester. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Robert Dodd 
and Lucy Greaves, Charles Dodd, &c, grants unto John Hayles and 
John Taylor the Manor of Cloverley and lands, (Sic, in Frees, Cloverley 

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and Moreton Say, co. Salop, and Yardley, co. Worcester, to the use, 
as regards land in Barleton, co. Salop, of John Taylor and Joyce his 
wife, and as regards the manor of Cloverley, of the said Robert and 
Lucy and their heirs. 

Signatures of Charles dodd, Katherine Dodd, Robert Dodd. 

Witnesses : Tho : Flynt, Mary Frodsham, Robert Warde, Richard 
Jackman. 



Charles Dodd of Yardley,= 
co. Worcester, esquire ; 
living 25 January 165^. 



=Katherine, living 
25 January i6sf. 



Robert Dodd.=Lucy Greaves, relict of 
Thomas Greaves of 
Sheldon, co. Warwick. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
25 January i65f. 

"Married were M r Robert Dod & Lucy Greaves the 36 th of 
January 165^."— Registers of Sheldon, co. Warwick. 



Dodsworth and Bell. 

ARTICLES (on stamped paper) made 3 December 1749, between 
(1) George Dodsworth of Scalby, co. York, clerk, (2) Dorothy 
Bell of Scarborough, co. York, spinster, and (3) Edward Bell of 
Remston, co. Notts, clerk. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Dorothy Bell, George 
Dodsworth agrees that she shall have full power to dispose of two 
messuages in Beast-market Street, Scarborough, at her own pleasure, 
notwithstanding her marriage. 

Signatures of George Dodsworth, Dorothy Bell, Edw d Bell. 
Witnesses : Nelly Walker, Tim Goord. 

Rev. George Dodsworth=Dorothy Bell of 
of Scalby, co. York, Scarborough, co. 
clerk. York. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
3 December 1749. 

The Rev. George Dodsworth and Dorothy Bell were married 
JO December i"/4g. — Registers of St. Mary's, Scarborough, co. York. 



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Dorey and Weston. 



"INDENTURE made 21 December 1684, between (1) William 
-L Weston of Poole, co. Dorset, mariner, and (2) Thomas Dorey of 
Poole, joiner. 

In consideration of the marriage of Thomas Dorey with his 
daughter Mary, William Weston grants to Thomas Dorey a messuage, 
&c, in Strand Street, Poole, to the use of the said Thomas and Mary 
and their issue. 

Signature of William Weston. 

Witnesses : James Wise, Jacob Winser, John Millett, Peter Weston. 

William Weston of Poole,=p 
mariner; living 21 December 
1684. 



Thomas Dorey of=Mary, marr. before 
Poole, joiner. 21 December 1684 

(date of marriage 
settlements). 



Dove and Fuller. 

INDENTURE made n August 1659, between (1) John Dove, the 
elder, of Darleston, co. Norfolk, brewer, and (2) Thomas Jacob of 
Mendham, co. Suffolk, gent, and Daniel Jacob of Weybread, co. 
Suffolk, gent. 

John Dove, by bond dated 20 August 1656, became bound to 
Thomas Fuller, the younger, of Redenhall, co. Norfolk, and his son and 
heir apparent, Thomas Fuller, within three years after his marriage with 
his now wife Anne, daughter of Thomas Fuller, the younger, to convey 
his lands in Norfolk and Suffolk to the use of the said John Dove and 
and Anne Fuller ; an indenture of settlement of even date with the 
present to be taken in full satisfaction of the said bond. 

Signature of Tho: Jacob, Da: Jacob. 

Witnesses: Ro: Snell, Nathaniell Brande, Sam: Game. 

Thomas Fuller, the younger,=j= 
of Redenhall, co. Norfolk ; 
living 11 August 1659. 



John Dove of Darleston, =Anne, marriage settle- 
co. Norfolk, brewer ; ments dated 20 August 
living 11 August 1659. 1656; living 11 August 

1659. 



Thomas Fuller, 
living 1 1 August 
1659. 



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Draper and Nightingale. 



ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 4 November 1679, between 
Edmond Draper of Wandsworth, co. Surrey, gent, and Jeoffrey 
Nightingale of Kneesworth, co. Cambridge, esquire. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Edmond Draper 
and Anne Nightingale, daughter of the said Jeoffrey, Jeoffrey 
Nightingale is to pay ,£1,200 to said Edmond, and Edmond Draper 
agrees to convey Brownlow House and lands in Brownlow, co. Salop, 
to trustees, to be agreed on, for the use of the said Edmond and 
Anne and their heirs. 

Signature of Edmund Draper. 

Witnesses : Nicholas Webb, Ann Slinesby, Rob : Hay ward. 

Endorsed with memorandum that Humphrey Draper of Wandsworth, 
gent, uncle of Edmund Draper, will convey his interest in the lands 
mentioned if desired. 



Humphrey Draper 
of Wandsworth, co. 
Surrey, gent; living 
4 November 1679. 



Draper. 



Jeoffrey Nightingale of= 
Kneesworth, co. Cam- 
bridge, esquire; living 
4 November 1679. 



Edmund Draper of=Anne Nightingale. 
Wandsworth, gent. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
4 November 1679. 



Edward Nightingalf 
of Kneesworth, gent 
living 4 Novembe 
1679. 



Counterpart of above signed by Geffery Nightingale, witnessed by 
Samuel Shercliff, Tho: Revell, Richard Morlis, and with similar 
endorsement. 



DEED POLL dated 20 November 1679, of Humphrey Draper of 
Wandsworth, co. Surrey, gent. 
In consideration of the intended marriage of Edmond Draper and 
Ann Nightingale; and of indentures made 13 November instant, 
between (1) Edmond Draper of Wandsworth, gent, and (2) Edward 
Nightingale of Kneesworth, co. Cambridge, gent, Thomas Hitch of 
Melbourne, co. Cambridge, gent, and Ann Nightingale, one of the 
daughters of Jeffrey Nightingale of Kneesworth, esquire, and sister of 
the said Edward Nightingale, settling "Brownlow-house," in Brownlow, 
co. Salop, on the said Edmond and Ann ; and of indentures made 
14 November instant, between (1) Edmund Draper and me, Humphrey 
Draper, and (2) Edward Nightingale and Thomas Hitch, I, Humphrey 
Draper, assign to Edward Nightingale and Thomas Hitch all rights and 
interest in a brew-house and dwelling house in Wandsworth to the 
uses agreed upon. 

Signature of Humphrey Draper. 
Witnesses : Rob : Hayward, Rich : Morlis. 



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Duck and (? Kinge). 




EED POLL dated 17 January 163!, °f Richard Duck of East 
Peckham, co. Kent, husbandman. 



In consideration of my marriage with Joan my wife, I grant unto 
Thomas Kinge, the elder, of East Peckham, weaver, tenement, &c, in 
East Peckham I now dwell in, to the use of us, the said Richard and 
Joan and our issue. 

Signature of Richard e (x) Duck. 

Witnesses : James Cotterell, Jacob Perkins, Francis Shekerly. 

Richard Duck of=Joan (? Kinge), marr. before 
East Peckham, co. 17 January 163!, date °f 
Kent, husbandman, marriage settlements. 



Duff and Darves. 

INDENTURES of Lease and Release made 21 and 22 December 
1789, between (1) Sir James Duff, knight, Lieut-Colonel, Captain 
H.M. 1st Foot Guards, and Dame Basilia his wife, late Basilia Darves, 
spinster, and (2) Alexander Fotheringham Ogilvie of Pourik, co. Angus, 
esquire, and Sholto Douglas of Hanover, in Jamaica, esquire. 

In consideration of his marriage with the said Dame Basilia, 
Sir James Duff grants unto Alexander Fotheringham Ogilvie and Sholto 
Douglas the sugar plantation called "The Grange," in Hanover, in the 
Island of Jamaica, to the use of the said Sir James and Dame Basilia 
Duff and their issue. 

Signatures (to lease and release) of James Duff, Basilia Duff. 
Witnesses : James Bowes, Rich d Ward. 

Certificate of signature under the seal of the Mayoralty of the city of 
London, dated 22 December 1789, and signed Nash. 

Endorsed with declaration of the Lord Mayor of London, that the 
signatures of Sir James and Dame Basilia Duff were acknowledged by 
them in his presence. {Signed) W m Pickett, Mayor. 



Duffield and Birmingham. 

ARTICLES made 19 June 1779, between Francis Duffield of 
Medmenham Abbey, co. Buckingham, esquire, Captain 60th or 
Royal American Regiment of Foot, (2) Lady Elizabeth Birmingham, 
late Lady Elizabeth Sewell, only daughter of Thomas, Earl Louth, and 
(3) Joseph Stacpoole of the Middle Temple, esquire, Barrister-at-Law. 

17 January 1774. Lady Elizabeth Birmingham married with 
Thomas Baily Heath Sewell, esquire, and had issue, Thomas 



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Birmingham Daly Henry Sewell and Elizabeth Blake Sewell ; by 
indentures dated 30 December 1749, between (1) Francis, Lord Athenry, 
and Ellis his wife, (2) their only son Thomas Birmingham, esquire, 

(3) Peter Daly, esquire, and his youngest daughter, Margaret Daly, 

(4) John Brown, esquire, and James Agar, esquire, and (5) Dennis Daly, 
esquire, and James Daly, esquire, and Ignatius Blake, esquire, Lady 
Elizabeth is entitled to certain reversionary interests, and by indentures 
made 23 February 1779, a further settlement was made on the said 
children of Lady Elizabeth, which remains valid in spite of the dissolution 
of her marriage by Act of Parliament passed in this present session. 
Now in consideration of an intended marriage between Francis Duffield 
and Lady Elizabeth Birmingham, Francis Duffield agrees to the carrying 
out of the settlement of 23 February 1779, and will at all times do 
everything for the confirming of the said deed for the advantage of the 
said Lady Elizabeth and her assigns. 

Signatures of Francis Duffield, Eliz th Birmingham, Joseph Stacpoole. 
Witnesses : W m Gapper, Farmer Shillingford, Oliver James Murray. 





Francis, Lord Athenry, living=f=Ellis, living 30 



30 December 1749. 



December 1749. 



Peter Daly, living= 
30 December 1749. 



Thomas, Lord Athenry,=j=Margaret Daly, marriage settlements 



Earl of Louth. 



dated 30 December 1749. 



Thomas Baily=f=Lady Elizabeth Birmingham, marr.=Francis Duffield of Medmenham 
Heath Sewell. 17 January 1774, marriage dissolved Abbey, co. Buckingham ; Captain 
by Act of Parliament 1779. 60th Foot. 



Thomas Birmingham Elizabeth Blake 
Daly Henry Sewell, Sewell, living 
living 19 June 1779. 19 June 1779. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
19 June 1779. 



I 779- J u ty J 9- " Copt. F. Duffield, to Lady E. Birmingham, eldest daughter to 
Earl of Louth." — Gent's Mag., Vol. 49, page 327. 



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Edge and Johnson. 

A RTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 10 October 1627, between 
(1) Richard Edge of Horton, co. Stafford, gent, and Richard Edge 
his son and heir apparent, and (2) John Barbour of Flashbrook, 
co. Stafford, esquire, and Thomas Johnson of Flashbrook, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Richard Edge 
and Mary Johnson, a daughter of Thomas Johnson, Richard Edge, the 
father, and Richard Edge, the son, agree to convey lands to the 
value of £40 yearly to the use of the said Richard and Mary. 

Signatures of John Barbour, Thomas Johnson. 

Witnesses : Jo : Barett (?), Robert Edge, Walter Edge. 

Richard Edge of Horton, =f= Thomas Johnson of Flash-; 



co. Stafford, gent; living 
10 October 1627. 



brook, co. Stafford, gent ; 
living 10 October 1627. 



Richard Edge, son Mary Johnson, 
and heir apparent. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
10 October 1627. 



Edwards and Kem. 

INDENTURE made 14 February 1769, between (1) Catherine 
Edwards of Lichfield, widow of Nathaniel Edwards, gent, and her 
only son and heir apparent, Nathaniel Edwards of Lichfield, gent, 
(2) Edward Kem of Armitage, co. Stafford, yeoman, and only daughter 
Sarah Kem, spinster, and (3) Francis Cobb of Lichfield, esquire, and 
Michael Evans of Armitage, farmer. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Nathaniel 
Edwards and Sarah Kem, Catherine and Nathaniel Edwards grant 
unto Francis Cobb and Michael Evans land at Fradley in Alrewas, 
co. Stafford, in trust for the said Nathaniel and Sarah and their issue. 

Signatures of Katherine Edwards, Nath 1 Edwards, Edward (x) Kem, 
Sarah Kem. 

Witnesses: Char: Simpson, W m Cooper. 




Nathaniel Edwards of=j=Catherine, living 



Lichfield, gent ; died 
before 14 February 
1769. 



14 February 1 769. 



Edward Kem of Armitage,* 
co. Stafford, yeoman; living 
14 February 1769. 



Nathaniel Edwards, only son. Sarah Kem, only daughter and heir. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
14 February 1 769. 



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Edwards and Webbe. 



INDENTURE made i September 1692, between (1) Michael 
Edwards, the elder, of Pipe Ridware, co. Stafford, yeoman, and 
Elizabeth his wife, and their son and heir apparent, Michael Edwards, 
and (2) Robert Lyon of Bentley, in Maveson Ridware, co. Stafford, 
yeoman, William Webbe of Lea Grange, in Merrivell, co. Leicester, 
yeoman, and his sister Dorothy Webbe. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between the said Michael 
Edwards and Dorothy Webbe, and of a marriage portion paid by 
Humphrey and William Webbe, Michael Edwards, the elder, grants 
unto Robert Lyon and William Webbe a messuage, &c, in Pipe 
Ridware to the use of the said Michael and Dorothy and their issue. 
Signatures of Mich : Edwards, Elizabeth (x) Edwards. 
Witnesses : John Goodwin, Thomas Salt, Rob 4 Smith. 



Michael Edwards of Pipe= 
Ridware, co. Stafford, 
yeoman ; living 1 Sep- 
tember 1692. 



=Elizabeth, living 
1 September 1692. 



Michael Edwards. Dorothy Webbe. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
1 September 1692. 



William Webbe of Lea 
Grange, in Merrivell, 
co. Leicester ; living 
1 September 1692. 



Eeles and Johnson. 

INDENTURE made 5 February 17 if, between (1) Robert Eeles of 
-L Witney, co. Oxford, grocer, (2) Rodbourne Eeles of Witney, blanket- 
maker, and Winifred his wife, late Winifred Johnson, and (3) Thomas 
Francklyn of Witney, carpenter, and John Reeve of Witney, cordwainer. 

In consideration of the marriage of his son Rodbourne with Winifred 
his wife, Robert Eeles grants unto Thomas Francklyn and John Reeve 
a messuage, &c, in Witney to the use of Robert Eeles and Joan his 
wife for life, and then to the use of the said Rodbourne and Winifred 
and their heirs. 

Signatures of Robert Eeles, Rodbourne Eeles, Winifred Eeles. 
Witnesses: Geo: Pomfrett, John Townson (?), Richard Hanwell. 

Robert Eeles of Witney ,=j=Joan, living 



co. Oxford, grocer 
living 5 February 17 if. 



5 February 
171$. 



Rodbourne Eeles of=Winifred Johnson, marr. before 
Witney, blanketmaker. 5 February 17 if (date of 
marriage settlements). 

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Ellis and Naish. 



INDENTURE made 2 May 1740, between (1) Sarah Naish of 
Bourton, co. Somerset, widow of Samuel Naish of the same, yeoman, 
(2) James Ellis of Winscombe, co. Somerset, yeoman, and (3) Samuel 
Wade of Fayland, in Portbury, co. Somerset, yeoman, and Daniel Wade 
of Bedminster, co. Somerset, shipwright. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with James Ellis, Sarah 
Naish grants unto Samuel and Daniel Wade that messuage, &c, in 
Bourton, bought by Samuel and Sarah Naish of John Webb of 
Chewstoke, co. Somerset, gent, by indentures dated 24 March 173^, to 
the use of the said Sarah Naish for life, then to the use of Francis and 
Jacob Naish, her two younger sons. By indenture dated 20 October, 
23 Car: I. [1647] Sir John Hippisley of the Mewes, co. Middlesex, knight, 
granted to Alice Mercer, alias Naish, of Camely, co. Somerset, widow 
(great-grandmother of Samuel Naish), a messuage, &c, in Camely, late 
in the tenure of Edmund Nash, alias Mercer, and a settlement dated 
12 June 17 17 made by Samuel Naish, then of Temple Cloud, in 
Camely, co. Somerset, clothier, on his marriage with Sarah his then wife, 
shows that the said Alice soon after entered on the same premises, and 
her son Samuel Nash, alias Mercer, of Camely, cordwainer, deceased, 
by will dated 12 February i6g£, made the following bequest "to my 
cousin Samuel Nash all my leasehold, except the dwelling house of my 
cousin John Nash." John Nash was father of Samuel Nash and 
executor to the said will, and these lands, by the above settlement, 
devolve on John Naish, son of Samuel and Sarah Naish. Also Sarah 
Naish is interested in a leasehold granted 9 August 1703, by the City of 
Bristol, to her father Francis Cox, situated in Portishead, co. Somerset, 
and in a lease granted by John Conyers, esquire, 2 July 17 16, to her 
sister Rachell Cox, which leaseholds are granted to Samuel and Daniel 
Wade for the benefit of her children by Samuel Nash. 
Signatures of Sarah Naish, James Ellis. 
Witnesses : W m Gatley, James Worgorn, W m Jones. 



(? Edmund) Nash, alias=^A\\ce, living 



Mercer, died before 20 
October 1647. 



20 October 
1647. 



Nash. 



John Naish, living=j= 
12 February i6gi 



Samuel Nash, alias Mercer, 
of Camely, co. Somerset, 
cordwainer. Will dated 
12 February 169I. 



Francis Cox of Flax= 
Bourton, co. Somerset, 
yeoman ; living 12 
June 1 7 17. 



Samuel Naish of=j=Sarah Cox, marr. before 



Camely, clothier; 
died before 2 May 
1740. 



12 June 1 7 1 7 ; date of 
marriage settlements. 



James Ellis of Wins- 
combe, co. Somerset, 
yeoman. 



Rachell Cox, 
living 2 July 
1 7 16. 



Marriage Settlements dated 2 May 1740. 



John Naish, born before 12 June Francis Naish, living 
1 7 1 7 ; living 2 May 1740. 2 May 1740. 



Jacob Naish, living 
2 May 1740. 



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Erpe and Avarne. 

INDENTURE made [blank in orig.] 171 1, between (1) Hugh Erpe 
of Heather, co. Leicester, farrier (2) Elizabeth Avarne of Thringston, 
co. Leicester, widow, and (3) Robert Burgess of Swannington, co. 
Leicester, tanner, and William Shaw of Swannington, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Avarne, 
Hugh Erpe grants unto Robert Burgess and William Shaw a cottage, 
&c, in Heather in part purchased by his father, Thomas Erpe, to the 
use of the said Hugh and Elizabeth and their issue. 
Signatures of Robert Burgess, William Shaw. 
Witnesses: Leo Piddocke, Edw: Boley. 



Thomas Erpe of Heather,=j= 
co. Leicester. 



Hugh Erpe of=Elizabeth.=. . . Avarne of Thringston, co. 
Heather, farrier. Leicester ; died before 1 7 1 1 . 



Marriage Settlements 
dated 17 11. 



Hugh Erpe and Elizabeth Avarne were married 6 October 
if IX. — Registers of St. John's, Whitwick, co. Leicester. 



Farley and Cooke. 

INDENTURE made 12 September 1699, between (1) Thomas 
Farley of the City of Gloucester, cutler, and Elianor his wife and 
their only son James Farley (2) Mary Cooke of the same, widow, and 
(3) William Wooding of the same, button maker, and John Harris of 
Pitchcomb, co. Gloucester, clothier. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between James Farley and 
Mary Cooke, Thomas, Elianor and James Farley grant unto William 
Wooding and John Harris a messuage in Harsfield, co. Gloucester, to 
the use of Thomas and Elianor Farley for life, then to the use of 
the said James and Mary and their heirs. 

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Signatures of Thomas Farley, Elianor (x) Farley, James Farley, 
Mary Cooke. 

Witnesses : James Elley, Rich : Dowdeswell. 





Thomas Farley of Gloucester,=j=Elianor, living 12 



cutler ; living 12 September 1699. 



September 1699. 



James Farley=Mary Cooke, 
\only son.) widow. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
12 September 1699. 

James Farley and Mary Cook of St. Aldate's were married 
77 Dece7)iber 16pp. — Registers of St. Mary de Lode, Gloucester. 



Farmer and Peachy. 

INDENTURE made 30 May 1781, between (1) Benjamin Ansell of 
St. Anne's, co. Middlesex, gent, (2) Joseph Farmer of St. Saviour's, 
Southwark, meal factor, (3) Ann Peachy of St. Anne's, spinster, niece of 
Benjamin Ansell, and (4) John Farmer of St. Saviour's, hop factor, 
and Simon Ansell of Langford, co. Berks, yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Joseph Farmer 
and Ann Peachy, Benjamin Ansell grants unto John Farmer and Simon 
Ansell a messuage, &c, in Philpot Street, or Ropemaker's Fields, in 
St. Anne's, to the use of Benjamin Ansell for life, then to the use of the 
said Joseph and Ann and their issue. 

Signatures of Ben : Ansell, Joseph Farmer, Ann Peachey. 
Witnesses : R. Heathcote, Edward Walter. 



Joseph Farmer of St. Ann Peachy, spinster, niece 
Saviour's, Southwark, of Benjamin Ansell of 
meal factor. St. Anne's, co. Middlesex. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
30 May 1 781. 



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Faulconer and Chippen. 

(See " Notes" to " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. V., page 107.) 



Feilding and Philips. 

DEED POLL dated 21 January 1 70S of William Feilding of Tintern, 
co. Monmouth, esquire, son and heir of Edward Feilding, late of 
the City of Bristol, esquire, deceased. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Philips of 
Taly Van, co. Monmouth, spinster, William Feilding agrees with 
Henry Lewis of Hygay in Treleck, co. Monmouth, gent, to surrender 
at a Court Baron of the Manor of Treleck his copyhold lands to the use 
of the said Elizabeth by way of jointure and will also convey his 
freehold lands to the same use, subject to the payment of an annuity to 
his sister Susannah Feilding, and also lands, &c, conveyed to his use by 
indenture made 17 January 170°, between (1) John Alleyn, esquire, 
and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Edward Feilding, and Susannah, 
Mary and Anna Feilding her sisters, (2) Thomas Oldfield and Henry 
Lewis, and (3) William Feilding. 

Signature and seal of William Feilding. 

Witnesses : Mary Phillips, Frances Phillips, Thos : Lewis, 
Tho: Davies. 




Cu/fh> 




Edward Feilding of Bristol,=j= 
esquire ; died before 2 1 
January 170S. 



John Alleyn,=Elizabeth, 
esquire, living living 17 
17 January January 
1 70S. I70 o. 



Susannah 
Feilding, 
living 17 
January 



1 70S 



Mary Feild- 
ing, living 
1 7 January 
i 7 of. 



Anna Feild- 
ing, living 
1 7 January 
1 7 of. 



William Feild- 
ing of Tintern, 
co. Monmouth. 



Elizabeth 
Philips. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
21 January 170S 



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Fenn and Mayer. 



INDENTURE made 30 April 1791, between (1) John Fenn of 

Ardleigh, co. Essex, gent, grandson of James Fenn the elder, late of 
Ardleigh, farmer, deceased, (2) Mary Mayer of Ardleigh, spinster, niece 
and residuary legatee of Edward Ingram, late of Ardleigh, gent, and 
(3) John Tottman of Great Bromley, co. Essex, gent, and James Fenn 
of Ardleigh, gent. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with John Fenn, Mary 
Mayer grants unto John Tottman and James Fenn her moiety of "Old 
Shells " in Ardleigh, late the property of Thomas Ingram, deceased, 
then of the said Edward Ingram, deceased, subject to an annnity of 
^5 to Sarah Ingrain of Colchester, widow of Thomas Ingrain ; and 
also the reversion of a copyhold held of the Manor of Piggotts, in 
Ardleigh, at the death of Susan Ingram, relict of Edward Ingram, to the 
use of the said John and Mary and their issue, and John Fenn makes a 
similar grant of his lands in Ardleigh. 

Signatures of John Fenn, Mary Mayer, John Tottman, James Fenn. 

Witnesses : F. Smythies, Dan 1 Sutton, Jun r . 




James Fenn of Ardleigh,=j= 
co. Essex, farmer ; died 
before 30 April 1791. 



. . . Fenn.=f= . . . Mayer 



John Fenn of=Mary Mayer, 
Ardleigh, gent, of Ardleigh. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
30 April 1 791. 

"Edward Ingram of the Parish of Ardley, Bachelor, 6° Sarah 
Fenn of that parish, widow, were married in this Church by License 
this 19 th day of June T774, by me, John Eyre, Curate, &c. In the 
presence of Pattrick Green, Ed: Ingram, Hannah Cook." — Registers 
of Ardleigh, co. Essex. 

"John Fenn of this Parish, Baclielor, and Mary Mayer of this 
Parish, Spinster, were married in this Church by License this 3 rd day 
of May in the year ijgi by me, Marshall Lugar, Curate, &c. In 
the presence of C. Woodward, E. Powell, J. J. Mayer."— Registers of 
Ardleigh, co. Essex. 

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Edward Ingram of=Sarah, living 
Ardleigh, gent; died 30 April 1791. 
before 30 April 1 791. 



Fetherston and (? Woodward). 



INDENTURE made 29 December 1680, between (1) Thomas 
Fetherston of Packwood, co. Warwick, gent, and Joan his wife, and 
(2) John Woodward of Avon Dassett, co. Warwick, gent, and William 
Fetherston of Coventry, gent. 

In consideration of his marriage with Joan his wife, Thomas 
Fetherston grants unto John Woodward and William Fetherston 
"the Stonehouse" in Warwick, &c, to the use of the said Joan for life, 
then to the use of Thomas Fetherston and his heirs. 
Signature of W m Fetherston. 
Witnesses : Samuell Brockhurst, William Smyth. 



Fisher and Browne. 



INDENTURE made 8 December 17 15, between (1) Rev. Peter 
Fisher of Bennington, co. Hertford, D.D., and his only son Charles 
Fisher, gent, and John Addenbrooke of London, M.D., and Sarah his 
wife, only daughter of Dr. Peter Fisher, (2) Sir William Dawes, baronet, 
Archbishop of York, and Thomas Tumor of the Middle Temple, 
London, esquire, and (3) John Browne of Royston, co. Cambridge, 
gent, and his daughter Dorothy Browne. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Charles Fisher 
and Dorothy Browne, Peter Fisher, Charles Fisher, and John and Susan 
Addenbrooke grant unto Sir William Dawes and Thomas Turnor the 
Mansion House "Gretts" and lands at Windmill End, in Little and 
Much Munden, co. Hertford, to the use of the said Charles and 
Dorothy and their heirs, and also his leases of the Rectory of 
St. Giles', Cambridge, and Barnwell, co. Cambridge. 

By indentures made 15 December 17 10, between (1) Sir William 
Dawes, baronet, and Thomas Turnor, (2) Dr. Peter Fisher and 
Sarah Osborne, widow, (3) Dr. John Addenbrooke, and (4) Susan 
Addenbrooke, then Susan Fisher, spinster, previous to the marriage of 
John and Susan Addenbrooke, Dr. Fisher and Sarah Osborne, since 
deceased, became bound to Sir William Dawes and Thomas Turnor for 



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the payment of ^300, this shall be paid by John Browne within ten 
days of the decease of Dr. Fisher. 

Signatures of Peter Fisher, Charles Fisher, John Addenbrooke, 
Susan Addenbrooke, Tho: Tumor, Jno: Browne, Dorothy Browne. 

Witnesses : Tho : Lewinton, John Horrn (?). 



Peter Fisher, D.D.,=j= 
of Bennington, co. 
Hertford ; living 
8 December 17 15. 



John Browne of Royston,= 
co. Cambridge, gent j 
living 8 December 1715. 



John Addenbrooke=Susan, marriage settle- Charles Dorothy 

of London, M.D. ; ments dated 15 December Fisher. Browne, 

living 8 December 17 10; living 8 December > 

1 7 15. (See "Die- 171 5. Jn 
tionary of National Marriage Settlements dated 

Biography," Vol. I., 8 December 1 7 1 5. 

page us.) 



Fitche and Robinson. 

INDENTURE made 21 November 1705, between (1) Dame Anne 
Fitche of South End, near Eltham, co. Kent, widow, and 
administratrix of the estate of Sir Thomas Fitche, knight and baronet, 
deceased, (2) her only son Sir Comport Fitche of South End, baronet, 
(3) his sisters Ann, Melior and Christian Fitche, (4) Sir William Foulis 
of Ingleby Manor, co. York, baronet, Sir Thomas Robinson of Kentwell 
Hall, in Milford, co. Suffolk, baronet, and his sister Ann Robinson of 
St. Margaret's, Westminster, and (5) Edward Tumour of Shillingley 
Park, co. Sussex, and William Fitche of Danbury, co. Essex, esquire. 

By indentures made 2 December 1675, between (1) Thomas Fitche 
of London, esquire, (2) Richard Comport of South End, gent, deceased, 
and (3) his daughter Dame Anne Fitche, then Anne Comport, spinster, 
previous to the marriage of the said Sir Thomas and Dame Anne, three 
messuages in St. Anne's, Blackfriars, London, and " Mascalls Mount" 
in Crayford, co. Kent, were settled as jointure on the said Dame Anne ; 
and Anne and Melior Fitche, having reached the age of 21, have agreed 
to take ^2,000 in discharge of all claims on their father's estate. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Sir Comport 
Fitche and Ann Robinson (who is entitled to the sum of ^7,000 at the 
age of 21, under an Act of Parliament 12 William III.), Dame Anne and 
Sir Comport Fitche grant unto Sir William Foulis and Thomas 
Robinson messuages, &c, in Cheapside, London, in St. Anne's, 
Blackfriars, St. Bride's, London, St. Leonard's, Shoreditch and Stepney, 
co. Middlesex, the Mansion House of South End, &c, in Eltham, 
Chislehurst, Foot's Cray, St. Mary's Cray and Paul's Cray, co. Kent, 



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and the Manor House of Mascalls Mount, &c, in North Cray, Bexley 
and Dartford, co. Kent, to the use of the said Sir Comport Fitche and 
Anne Robinson and their issue, subject to a rent charge for Dame 
Anne Fitche for life 

Signatures of Anne Fytche, Comport Fytche, Anne Fytche, Melior 
Fytche, Thomas Robinson, Ann Robinson. 

Witnesses: Jo: Morley, Mich 1 Martin, Oliver Marton. 




Richard Comport of South End in Eltham,=j=(y<z«f.) 
co. Kent; living 2 December 1675; died 
before 21 November 1705. (See Pedigree of 
Comport and Fytch, "Fragmenta Genealogical 
Vol. L, page 2p.) 



Sir Thomas Fitche of South=j=Ann, marriage settlements 



End, knight and baronet ; 
died before 21 November 

I7°5- 



dated 2 December 1675 > 
living 21 November 1705. 



(Sir Lumley-- 
Robinson.) 



'(Ann.)=Siv William Foulis 
of Ingleby, co. York, 
baronet ; living 
November 1705. 



2 1 



Ann Fitche, 
living 21 No- 
vember 1705. 



Melior Fitche, 
living 21 No- 
vember 1705. 



Christian Fitche, 
not 21, 21 No- 
vember 1705. 



Sir Comport=Anne Robinson 
Fitche (only of St. Margaret's, 
son). Westminster. 

' , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
21 November 1705. 



Sir Thomas Robin- 
son of Kentwell 
Hall, co. Suffolk, 
baronet; living 21 
November 1705. 



"S r Comport Fitche of Eltham hi y e County of Kent, Barronett and Batchlor, and 
Anne Robinson, spinster, of y e parish of S* Margarett, Westminster, was Lawfully Married by 
Lycence y e 6 th day of December 1705." — Registers of S* Vedast, London. 



Fletcher and Hall. 

INDENTURE made 13 January 164^, between (1) Cicely Fletcher of 
Fotherley in Shenston, co. Stafford, widow, and James Fletcher her 
son, (2) Joan Hall of Ashfurlonge in Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, 
widow, and Dorothy Hall, her daughter. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between the said James 
Fletcher and Dorothy Hall, Cicely and James Fletcher bind themselves 
to Joan and Dorothy Hall to enfeoff John Heath of Sutton, gent, 
and William Thornton of Fotherley, yeoman, with lands, &c, in 
Fotherley, late the inheritance of James Fletcher of Fotherley, 



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deceased husband of the said Cicely, to the use of the said Cicely, and 
James and Dorothy and the issue of James and Dorothy. 

Signatures of Joane (x) Hall, Dorothy (x) Hall. 

Witnesses : George Seluister, William Cooper, Edward Thornton, 
Anne Harper, John Heath, Wynn Thornton, John Alporte, Thomas 
Wyatt. 



James Fletcher of= 
Fotherley in Sh ens- 
ton, co. Stafford ; 
died before 13 
January 164^. 



Cicely, living 
1 3 January 
i6 4 |. 



. . . Hall,= 
died before 
1 3 January 
164I. 



=Joan, of Sutton 
Coldfield, co. 
Warwick; living 
13 January 164^. 



James Fletcher.=Dorothy Hall. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
13 January 164^. 



"1648. There was married the 23 rd of January James Fletcher 
unto Dorothy Hall." — Registers of Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick. 



Fletcher and Vaughton. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 30 April 1741, between 
George Fletcher of the City of Lichfield, tailor, and Mary Vaughton 
of Lichfield, spinster, and Thomas Cobb of the same, mercer. 

By indenture dated 18 July 1739, made between (1) Thomas Onyon 
of Atherston, co. Warwick, yeoman, and Margaret his wife, (2) George 
Fletcher, son-in-law of Thomas Onyon, (3) Thomas Cobb, George 
Fletcher is entitled to a sum of ^30 at decease of Thomas Onyon. 

In consideration of their intended marriage, George Fletcher and 
Mary Vaughton grant unto Thomas Cobb the said ^30, and ^30 
the marriage portion of Mary Vaughton and George Fletcher's rights 
in a leasehold in Tamworth, co. Warwick, in trust for the use of the 
said George and Mary, and their issue. 

Signatures of George Fletcher, Mary Vaughton. 
Witnesses : Ad: Ward, Jo: Simpson. 

"7 May 1 7 41. George Fletcher 6° Mary Vaughton." — Registers 
of St. Mary's, Lichfield, co. Stafford. 



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Fletcher and Waters. 



INDENTURE made 29 August 17 13, between (1) John Fletcher of 
East Reach in Burwell, co. Cambridge, merchant, (2) Joanna Waters 
of Swaffham Prior, co. Cambridge, widow, and (3) Roger Rant of 
Swaffham Prior, esquire, and John Rant of Cambridge, esquire. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Joanna Waters, John 
Fletcher grants unto Roger and John Rant land in Swaffham Prior to 
the use of the said John and Joanna and their issue, also a messuage in 
East Reach bought by John Fletcher 30 September 1700, of Martin 
Hill of Swaffham Prior, clerk. 

Endorsed : Mr. Fletcher's settlement on Mrs. Waters of fee simple 
and leasehold. 

"Mdum: John Fletcher's death prevented the execution of this 
Indenture But one part thereof was executed before his marriage with 
M rs Waters. 

Sam: Burroughes." 



Franke and Ludlam. 

INDENTURE made 21 December 1643, between (1) Richard 
Ludlam of Leicester, gent, and Elizabeth his wife, and (2) 
William Franke of the same, mercer, and Alice his wife. 

In consideration of the marriage of the said William Franke with 
Alice their daughter, Richard and Elizabeth Ludlam grant to the said 
William and Alice their shop, &c, in Swines Market Street, in 
St. Martin's, Leicester, to the use of them and their heirs. 
Signatures of Rich: Ludlam, Elizabeth (x) Ludlam. 
Witnesses : Edwarde Palmer, George Segrave, George Dale. 



Richard Ludlanv 
of Leicester, gent ; 
living 2 1 De- 
cember 1643. 



Elizabeth, living 
2 1 December 
1643. 



I 

William Franke=Alice, marr. before 
of Leicester, 21 December 1643 
mercer. (date of marriage 

settlements). 



William Frank and Alice Ludlam were married 28 January 
1640. — Registers of St. Martin's, Leicester. 



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Frewen and Davis. 



A RTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 20 August 1703, between 
(1) Stephen Frewen of Fairlight, co. Sussex, clerk, (2) Anne Davis 
of Salehurst, co. Sussex, spinster, and (3) her brother John Davis of 
Hawkhurst, co. Kent, gent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Ann Davis, Stephen 
Frewen agrees with John Davis within one year to invest .£1,350 on 
freehold lands in the county of Sussex and settle them on himself and 
Ann Davis and their issue and also all estate that may come to him 
from his brother Walter Frewen of Whatlington, co. Sussex, gent, or his 
mother Mary Seymour of Northiam, co. Sussex, widow. 

Signatures of Stephen Frewen, Ann Davis, John Davis. 

Witnesses : Tho : Lake, Jeff : Gilbert. 





(Richard) Frewen. = 
1st husband. 



=Mary, living at Northiam,= 
co. Sussex, 20 August 
I7°3- 



=. . . Seymour, died 
before 20 August 
1703. 2nd husband. 



Walter Frewen of Stephen Frewen 



Whatlington, co. 
Sussex ; living 20 
August 1703. 



of Fairlight, -co. 
Sussex, clerk. 



Ann Davis of Sale- John Davis of 



hurst, co. 
spinster. 



Sussex, 



Marriage Settlements dated 
20 August 1703. 



Hawkhurst, co. 
Kent, gent ; 
living 20 August 
1703. 



Fulcher and Kewe. 

DEED POLL dated 26 June 1625, of Thomas Fulcher of Yaxley, 
co. Suffolk, millwright. 
In consideration of my intended marriage with Millicent Kewe, 
daughter of John Kewe of Burgate, co. Suffolk, I grant unto John 
Fulcher of Eye, co. Suffolk, millwright, and John Kewe of Southolt, co. 
Suffolk, linen weaver, my lands "Crosses," "Ballowe Croft," "Ballowe 
Meadowe," &c, in Yaxley, granted me by my brother Richard Fulcher 
of Yaxley 25 February 162^, to the use of us the said Thomas 
and Millicent and our heirs. 

Signature of Thomas Fulcher. 

Witnesses : Thomas Dade, John Kewe, Elizabeth Fulcher, 
Katherine Fulcher. 

John Kewe of Burgate, co.=j= 
Suffolk; living 26 June 1625. 



Richard Fulcher of Thomas Fulcher of Yaxley, Millicent Kewe. 

Yaxley ; living 26 co. Suffolk, millwright. » , > 

June 1625. Marriage Settlements dated 

26 June 1625. 

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Fuller and Culyer. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 2 June 1773, between 
(1) Samuel Fuller of Mundford, co. Norfolk, miller, (2) Elizabeth 
Culyer of Merton, co. Norfolk, widow, and (3) George Fox of Merton, 
farmer. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Culyer, 
Samuel Fuller agrees that the goods in the annexed schedule shall 
remain the sole property of Elizabeth Culyer as also half an annuity of 
^24 left her by her late husband Charles Culyer, and if she outlive him 
he will leave her ^10 yearly by will. 

Signatures of Samuel Fuller, Elizabeth (x) Culyer, George Fox. 

Witnesses : Rich d Long, John Flower. 

Annexed is an "Inventory of all and Singular the Goods Chattels 
and Effects of Elizabeth Culyer of Merton in the County of Norfolk 
Widow." 

Samuel Fuller of=Elizabeth Culyer, widow 
Mundford, co. of Charles Culyer of 
Norfolk, miller. Merton, co. Norfolk. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
2 June 1773. 

Samuel Fuller and Elizabeth Culyer were married J June 17J3. — 
Registers of Merton, co. Norfolk. 



Gainsford and Altoffe. 

TNDENTURES made 3 September 1662, between (1) Robert Altoffe 
A of Chesham, co. Buckingham, gent, (2) Robert Blatchford, late of 
Westminster, gent, and Anne Beswicke of Chesham, widow, and 
(3) Robert Gainsford of Chesham, gent, and Ann Altoffe, daughter 
of Robert Altoffe. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Robert Gainsford 
and Ann Altoffe, Robert Altoffe convenants with Robert Blatchford and 
Anne Beswicke to stand seized of a messuage, &c, in Little Missenden, 
co. Buckingham, to the use of the said Robert and Ann and their heirs. 

Signature of Robert Altoffe. 

Witnesses : Edw : Umfrevile, Josias Geary. 

Robert Altoffe of Chesham,=f=(^?w.) 
co. Buckingham, gent ; 
living 3 September 1662. 



Robert Gainsford of Chesham,=Ann Altoffe. 

co. Buckingham, gent. >. , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
3 September 1662. 

"Robert Gainsford gent 6- M is Ann Altofe the 4 th Sep 1 
1662." — Registers of Chesham, co. Buckingham. 



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Gale and Tyler. 



INDENTURE made 26 April 1757, between (1) Isaac Gale, the 
elder, of Bullhyde in Kington St. Michael, co. AVilts, gent, and Mary 
his wife and their eldest son Isaac Gale of Bullhyde, gent, (2) Elizabeth 
Tyler of Ayford in Marshfield, co. Gloucester, widow, and Edith Tyler 
of Marshfield, spinster, her grand-daughter, (3) Kedgwin Webley of 
Chancery Lane, co. Middlesex, and (4) William Gale of Chippenham, 
co. Wilts, clothier, and John Oland of Marshfield, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Isaac Gale and 
Edith Tyler, Isaac Gale, the elder, &c, agrees with Kedgwin Webley, 
William Gale, and John Oland, to levy a fine before the end of the 
Easter term next ensuing on lands, &c, in Kington St. Michael to the 
use of the said Isaac and Edith and their issue. 

Signatures of Isaac Gale, Mary Gale, Isaac Gale, junior, Edith Tyler, 
Kedgwin Webley, John Oland. 

Witnesses : Dan : Oland, Ste : Stout, jun r , Frances Parry, Sarah 
Hoskins. 





. . . Tyler, died=|=Elizabeth, of Ayford 



before 26 April 
1757- 



in Marshfield, co. 
Gloucester ; living 26 
April 1757. 



Isaac Gale of Bullhyde, in Kington=i=Mary, living 
St. Michael, co. Wilts, gent ; living 26 April 
26 April 1757. I 1757. 



. Tyler.= 



Isaac Gale of=Edith Tyler of 
Bullhyde. Marshfield. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
26 April 1757. 



"Isaac Gale, Bachelor, of the Parish 0/ Kington S* Michael, in the 
county of Wilts, Gent and Edith Tyler, Spinster, of this Parish ivere 
married in this Church by License with consent of her mother this 
Sixth day of October in the year one thousand seven hundred and fifty 
seven by me Ian: Michell, Vicar. 

_ . . , . . , . f Isaac Gale, 

This marriage was solemnized betiveen us | jrrfifh Tyler 

r . r ( Sam 1 Cannings, 

In the presence of j _ jy,/ er » 

Registers of Marshfield, co. Gloucester. 
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Gamble and Elton. 



TNDENTURE made 16 May 1670, between Thomas Gamble of 

Seagrave, co. Leicester, husbandman, and Thomas Wylde and 
Anthony Hawkins of the same, husbandman. 

In consideration of his marriage with Elizabeth, the daughter of 
William Elton, late of Seagrave, now deceased, Thomas Gamble grants 
unto Thomas Wylde and Anthony Hawkins land in Seagrave, bought of 
Thomas Wylde, deceased, to the use of the said Elizabeth Gamble and 
other land in Seagrave during the life of Mary Gamble, spinster. 

Signature of Thomas (x) Gamble. 

Witnesses : John Gamble, Mary Wylde, Alice Wylde. 



TNDENTURE made 16 May 1674, between (1) Thomas Gamble of 
A Seagrave, co. Leicester, yeoman, and (2) Mathew Elton of the same, 
yeoman, and George Elliott of Rearsby, co. Leicester, yeoman. 

In consideration of his marriage with Elizabeth, sister of Mathew 
Elton, Thomas Gamble grants to Mathew Elton and George Elliott 
cottages &c, in Seagrave, bequeathed to him by the will of John 
Gamble his father, deceased, to the use of the said Thomas and 
Elizabeth and their heirs. 

Signatures of Matthew Elton, George Ellyott. 

Witnesses : John Burbage of Gadsby, John King. 



John Gamble, = 
died before 16 
May 1674. 



William Elton of Seagrave, = 
co. Leicester ; died before 
16 May 1670. 



Thomas Gamble=Elizabeth, marr. before 
of Seagrave, co. 16 May 1670 (date of 
Leicester, yeoman, marriage settlements). 



Mathew Elton of Seagrave, 
yeoman; living 16 May 
1674. 



Gardner and Healy. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 25 February 1697, between 
(1) Thomas Gardner, the elder, of Wardington, co. Oxford, 
yeoman, (2) Crescent Healy of Wardington, yeoman, and his daughter 
Hannah, and (3) William Gardner, the younger, of Adderbury, co. 
Oxford, yeoman, and Richard Baker, alias Fyfeild, of Wilscott, co. 
Oxford, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Hannah Healy, 
Thomas Gardner promises to invest ^40 (in addition to £&o he 
receives as marriage portion) in land, and grant the same to William 
Webb, the younger, of Wardington, yeoman, and Philip Coleman of 



S 5 



Wardington, yeoman, in trust for the use of the said Thomas and 
Hannah and their issue. 

Signatures of Thomas Gardner, Cresent Healy, Hannah (x) Healy, 
Will: Gardner, Richard Baker, alias Fifield. 

Witnesses : Lidea Claridg, Rob : AValters, John Gardner. 



Thomas Gardner and Ha7z?iah Healy were married J March 
169^. — Registers of Cropredy, co. Warwick, 



Gegg and Woolley. 

INDENTURE made 9 December 1741, between (1) Jonathan Gegg 
of King's Stanley, co. Gloucester, clothier, (2) Sarah Woolley of the 
City of Gloucester, spinster, and (3) Joseph Gegg of Gloucester, clerk, 
and George Bott of Green Street, Bedford Row, co. Middlesex, gent, 
and John Broad of Brook Street, Holborn, pewterer. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Sarah Woolley, 
Jonathan Gegg grants unto Joseph Gegg, &c, messuage, &c, in King's 
Stanley to the use of the said Jonathan and Sarah and their issue. 

Sarah Woolley is, as executrix of Mr. Thomas Hooke, entitled to 
,£500, by bond dated 20 May 1734, from John Joliffe of Petersfield, co. 
Hants, esquire, and Thomas Joliffe of Coston, co. Worcester, esquire, 
and other sums, in all ^1,000, which she now assigns to Joseph Gegg, 
&c, in trust for the said Jonathan and Sarah for life, and then a yearly 
sum of ^30 to Ann Woolley of Gloucester, widow, mother-in-law of the 
said Sarah. 

Signatures of Jon a Gegg, Sarah Woolley, Jos : Gegg. 
Witnesses : Benj : Gegg, Luke Hook. 



Crescent Healy of Wardington,=f= 
co. Oxford, yeoman; living 25 J 
February 169!-. | 



Thomas Gardner, the elder,=Hannah Healy. 
of Wardington, yeoman. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
25 February 169I-. 




Ann, living 9 December=. . . Woolley, diedqp. . . 1st 
1 741. 2nd wife. before 9 December I wife. 

i74i- I 



Jonathan Gegg of King's Stanley, Sarah Woolley, 
co. Gloucester, clothier. of Gloucester. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
9 December 1741. 



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Godfrey and Cooke. 

INDENTURE made n May 1706, between (1) William Godfrey of 
J- Edmondthorpe, co. Leicester, yeoman, (2) Thomas Cooke of 
Edmondthorpe, yeoman, and his only daughter and heir Rebecca 
Cooke, and (3) Thomas Adcock of Overton, co. Rutland, grazier, and 
Edward Fletcher of Loddington, co. Leicester, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Rebecca Cooke, 
William Godfrey grants unto Thomas Adcock and Edward Fletcher a 
messuage, &c, in Elton Magna, co. Leicester, to the use of the said 
William and Rebecca and their heirs. 

Signatures of William Godfrey, Thomas Cooke. 

Witnesses : W m Julian, John Doubleday. 

Thomas Cooke of Edmond-=r= 
thorpe, co. Leicester, yeoman; 
living 11 May 1706. 



William Godfrey of==Rebecca Cooke. 
Edmondthorpe, yeoman. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
11 May 1706. 

IJ06. "William Godfrey 6° Rebekah Cook e marrid 16 May." — 
Registers of Edmondthorpe, co. Leicester. 



Godfrey and Gaddesby. 

INDENTURE made 16 July 1686, between (1) Richard Godfrey of 
A Snareston, co. Leicester, yeoman, and Isabel his wife, and Edward 
Godfrey their son, and (2) Nicholas Gaddesby and Thomas Sharpe of 
the same, yeomen. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Edward Godfrey 
and Mary Gaddesby, daughter of Sarah Gaddesby of Snareston, widow, 
the said Richard, Isabel, and Edward Godfrey grant unto Nicholas 
Gaddesby and Thomas Sharpe lands, &c, in Snareston and Norton, 
near Twycross, co. Leicester, for the use of the said Edward and Mary 
and their issue. 

Signatures of Nicholas Gaddesby, Thomas Sharpe. 
Witnesses : George Gaddesby, Edward Gaddesby, Tho : Minloe. 

Richard Godfrey of Snareston,=f=Isabel, living . . . Gaddesby, =j=Sarah, of Snares- 



co. Leicester, yeoman ; living 
16 July 1686. 



16 July 1686. died before 16 
July 1686. 



ton; living 16 
July 1686. 



Edward Godfrey. Mary Gaddesby. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
16 July 1686. 



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Godfrey and Haward. 



INDENTURE made 3 May 1729, between (1) Katherine Haward of 

Little Bradley, co. Suffolk, widow, (2) William Goodchild of Exning, 
co. Suffolk, grocer, and Joseph Chapman of Kirtland, alias Callidge, co. 
Cambridge, grocer, and (3) Robert Godfrey of Westrow in Mildenhall, 
co. Suffolk, yeoman. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with Robert Godfrey, 
Katherine Haward grants to William Goodchild and Joseph Chapman 
lands in Little Bradley, settled on her by her late husband Robert 
Haward, for the sole use of her, the said Katherine. 

Signatures of Cathrine hayward, W m Goodchilde, Rob 1 Godfrey. 

Witnesses : Tho : Luck, Edw d Gunston. 




Goldwin and Bennett. 

INDENTURE made 13 October 17 10, between (1) Jeremiah Bennett 
of New Windsor, co. Berks, blacksmith, and William Biggs of the 
same, yeoman, and (2) Richard Goldwin of New Windsor, glazier, and 
Mary his wife, daughter of the said Jeremiah Bennett. 

In consideration of the marriage of Richard Goldwin with Mary his 
now wife, Jeremiah Bennett agrees to be seized of a messuage, &c, in 
Pound Street, Windsor, to the use of the said Richard and Mary and 
their issue. 

Signature of Jeremiah (x) Bennett. 
Witnesses : Randolph Webb, Ja : Grape. 

Jeremiah Bennett of New=j= 
Windsor, blacksmith ; 
living 13 October 17 10. 



Richard Goldwin of=Mary, marr. before 13 
New Windsor, glazier. October 17 10 (date of 
marriage settlements). 

i 7ts- J an: "-Richard Goldwin married Mary Bennet." — 

Registers of New Windsor, co. Berks. 



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Golty and Stistead. 

TNDENTURE made 10 September 1659, between (1) Richard Goltie 
of Ashbocking, co. Suffolk, clerk, and Samuel Goltie his eldest son, 
and (2) Lawrence Stistead of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, clothier. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Samuel Goltie 
and Elizabeth Piper, daughter-in-law of Lawrence Stistead, Richard and 
Samuel Goltie are seized of the messuage known as "Golties" in 
Ashbocking, to the use of the said Samuel and Elizabeth and their 
heirs, subject to rent charge to Richard Goltie and Deborah his wife. 
Signature of Lau : Stistead. 

Witnesses : Thos : Milton, Jo : Ballard, Thomas Thurston. 



Counterpart of the same with the signatures of Ric: Golty, 
Sam: Golty. 




Richard Golty of=j=Deborah, living 



Ashbocking, co. 
Suffolk, clerk ; 
living 10 Septem- 
ber 1659. 



10 September 
1659. 



. . . Piper.: 
1 st husband. 



=Lawrence Stistead 
of Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, clothier ; 
living 10 Sep- 
tember 1659. 2nd 
husband. 



Samuel Golty Elizabeth Piper, 
(eldest son). 

Marriage Settlements dated 
10 September 1659. 



Granger and Hayes. 

TNDENTURE made 16 March i6f|, between (1) Abigail Hayes of 
J- Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, spinster, one of the daughters 
of Thomas Hayes, late of Langham, co. Essex, esquire, deceased, 
and (2) John Poley of Bury St. Edmunds, esquire, and John Sparrow 
of Lawshall, co. Suffolk, yeoman. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with William Granger 
of Bury St. Edmunds, cordwainer, Abigail Hayes grants unto John 
Poley and John Sparrow land in Needham, near Harlston, co. Norfolk, 
bequeathed to her and her sisters, Sarah and Mary Hayes, by the will 



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of her father, Thomas Hayes, dated 20 June 1640, to the use of the 
said AVilliam and Abigail for life and then to such person as she should 
designate by her last will. 

Signature of Abigel Hayes. 

Witnesses: Edw: Barker, Kat Poley. 



Thomas Hayes of Langham, co.= 
Essex, esquire ; died before 
16 March i6f$. Will dated 
20 June 1640. 



William Granger of Bury Abigail Hayes. Sarah, living Mary, living 
St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, 20 June 1640. 20 June 1640. 

cordwainer. v , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
16 March i6|§. 



Greene and Sympson. 

INDENTURE made 26 May 17 10, between (1) John Greene of 
Whiston, in Pencritch, co. Stafford, gent, and Mary his wife, 
daughter of Stephen Simpson of Chatcull, co. Stafford, gent, by Jane 
his first wife, daughter of John White of Trentham, co. Stafford, 
innholder, (2) John White, and (3) Stephen Sympson. 

In consideration of the sum of ^200, John Greene and Mary his 
wife, now of the age of 21 years, release unto Stephen Sympson all 
right at law and equity in his estate at Chebsey, co. Stafford, in 
accordance with the settlement made on the marriage of Stephen 
Sympson with Jane White. 

Signatures of John Greene, Mary Greene, John (x) White. 
Witnesses : John Hodon, Henry Mountford, Tho : Moreton, James 
Davies, Henry Mountford. 



INDENTURE made 24 June 17 15, between (1) John Green of 
Whiston, co. Stafford, gent, and (2) Stephen Simpson of Chatcull, 
co. Stafford, yeoman, and Stephen Simpson his son. 

In consideration of his marriage with Mary his now wife, and to 
provide for her and their son, John Green grants unto Stephen Simpson 
his leasehold in Harley, co. Stafford, held by lease made 25 March 



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1 7 14 of the Earl of Bradford, to the use of the said John and Mary 
Greene for life, then to the use of their son John Green. 

Signature of John (x) Green. 

Witnesses : John Wedg, Edward Pemberton. 

John White of Trentham, co.=j= 
Stafford, inn holder ; living 
26 May 1710. 



Jane, died before=j=Stephen Sympson of Chatcull, 



26 May 
1 st wife. 



1710. 



CO 



Stafford, gent ; living 24 
June 1 7 15. 



John Greene of Whiston, in^pMary, aged 21. 



Pencritch, co. Stafford, 
gent ; living 24 June 17 15. 



1710 



living 



26 May Stephen Sympson, 
24 June living 24 June 17 15. 



John Greene, living 
24 June 1 7 15. 



Greene and Quintan. 

INDENTURE made 21 July 1660, between (1) Anne Greene of 
Great Bloxwich, co. Stafford, widow, and John Greene her son and 
heir apparent, (2) Thomas Quintan of Wall, co. Stafford, yeoman, and 
Zachary Greene of Bloxwich, brother of John Greene, and (3) Eleanor 
Quintan of Wall, widow, and Mary, one of the daughters of the said 
Eleanor, and her late husband John Quintan 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Greene and 
Mary Quintan, Anne and John Greene grant unto Thomas Quintan 
and Zachary Greene a house and land in Great Bloxwich to the use of 
Anne Greene for life, then to the use of the said John and Mary 
and their issue. 

Signatures of Ann Greene, John Greene, Mary Quinton. 
Witnesses : Elizabeth Allport, Edward Towgood, John Quinton. 




. Greene, died=j=Anne, of Great Bloxwich, John Quintan, died^=Eleanor, of Wall, co. 



before 21 July 
1660. 



co. Stafford; living 21 before 21 July 
July 1660. 1660. 



Stafford ; living 2 1 
July 1660. 



(2) Zachary Greene, of (1) John Greene. Mary Quintan. 

Bloxwich ; living 2 1 * , 

July 1660. Marriage Settlements dated 

21 July 1660. 



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Greenshill and Haw. 



TNDENTURE made 6 March 174, between (1) John Smith of 
J- Great Wirley, in Cannock, co. Stafford, yeoman, and Dorothy 
Greenshill of the same, widow, and John Greenshill her son, grandson 
of John Smith, (2) Anne Haw, daughter of George Haw, the elder, of 
Over Stonhall, in Shenston, co. Stafford, yeoman, and (3) her brother, 
George Haw of Over Stonhall, baker, and Thomas Fletcher of 
Cannock, yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Greenshill 
and Anne Haw, John Smith grants unto George Haw and Thomas 
Fletcher a messuage, &c, in Chesterfield, in Shenston, co. Stafford, 
to the use of the said John and Anne and their heirs. 

Signatures of John (x) Smith, Dorothy (x) Greenshill, John (x) 
Greenshill, Ann (x) Grimell, George Hawe, Tho : Fletcher. 

Witnesses : George Hawe, senior, Richard Greensell. 



John Smith of Great= 
Wirley, in Cannock, 
co. Stafford, yeoman ; 
living 6 March 171^. 



Greenshill,=j=Dorothy, living 



died before 6 



March 



6 March 



George Haw of Over= 
Stonhall, in Shenston, 
co. Stafford, yeoman ; 
living 6 March 171^. 



John Greenshill. Anne Haw. George Haw of Over 

* ■ ' Stonhall, baker; living 

Marriage Settlements dated 6 March 171^. 
6 March 171^. 



Grey and Anderson. 

INDENTURE made 22 January 1767, between (1) John Grey of 
A Glanton, co. Northumberland, husbandman, (2) Patience Anderson 
of the same, spinster, and (3) Thomas Vardy of Rothill, co. North- 
umberland, gent, and Edward Anderson of Glanton, gent. 

In consideration of her intented marriage with John Grey, Patience 



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Anderson grants unto Thomas Vardy and Edward Anderson ^700 to 
the use of the said John and Patience and their issue. 

Signatures of John Grey, Patience Anderson. 

Witnesses : Hen : Richardson, Georg Meklarn. 



"John Grey and Patience Anderson both of this Parish were 
married in this Church by Licence this twenty third day of January 
in the year of our Lord 1767 by me J. Twentyman, Curate. 

This marriage was solemnized between us j Patience^Anderson. 

T j7 , ( Edw d Anderson. 

In the presence of | John Qrey „ 

Registers of Whittingham, co. Northumberland. 



Griffith and Reed. 

TNDENTURE made 8 May, 20 Eliz: (1578) between Griffith Thomas, 
-L the younger, of Llangendeirne, co. Carmarthen, gent, and Trahern 
Reed of Llanyoinge, co. Carmarthen, gent. 

In consideration of the intended marriage, before St. John-the- 
Baptist day next ensuing, of William Griffith, son of the said Griffith 
Thomas, and Gwenllian Reed, daughter of Trahern Reed, Griffith 
Thomas agrees to settle his house and lands at Kylycarne, in 
Llangendeirne on the said William and Gwenllian and their issue. 

Witnesses : Harry morgan, Lewis John ap Res, griffiths ap grer, 
Stephen Comon (?) scriptor. 

Thomas.=r= 



I 

Griffith, the younger,= 
of Llangendeirne, co. 
Carmarthen, gent ; 
living 8 May 1578. 



I 

William Griffith. 



Traherne Reed of= 
Llanyoinge, co. 
Carmarthen, gentj 
living 8 May 1578. 



Gwenllian Reed. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
8 May 1578. 



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Griffith and Johnes. 



INDENTURE made 27 October 1652, between (1) Thomas Griffith 
J- of Abergwili, co. Carmarthen, gent, and (2) Thomas Vaughan of 
Comgwylly, co. Carmarthen, esquire, Richard Lewis of Abergwili, gent, 
Walter Johnes of Llwyny Fortune, co. Carmarthen, esquire, and 
Edward Rhydgers of Carmarthen, alderman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Frances Johnes, 
sister of the said Walter Johnes, Thomas Griffith grants unto Thomas 
Vaughan, &c, his lands, &c, in Abergwili, Llanarthney and 
Llangonnen, co. Carmarthen, to the use of the said Thomas and 
Frances and their issue. 

Signature of Tho : Griffith. 

Witnesses : Richard Johnes, Rich : Herbert, John Griffith, the 
elder, Walter Bowen, Griffith Boynon, John Richard. 



Thomas Griffith of Aber- Frances Johnes. Walter Johnes of Llwyny 

gwili, co. Carmarthen, Fortune, co. Carmarthen, 

gent. > , ' esquire; living 27 October 

Marriage Settlements dated 1652. 
27 October 1652. 



Groome and Spencer. 

INDENTURE made 14 April 1711, between (1) Edward Manning of 
A Ferring, co. Sussex, gent, and Mary Spencer of Ferring, widow, his 
only daughter, by Ann Backshell his former wife, and (2) John Davy of 
Amington, in St. Botolph, co. Sussex, yeoman, and John Groome, 
the elder, of Charlton, in Steyning, co. Sussex, gent, and John Groome, 
the younger, of Byne, in West Grinstead, co. Sussex, gent, his 
eldest son. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Groome, 
the younger, and Mary Spencer, Edward Manning grants unto John 
Davy, lands in Steyning, the inheritance of his wife Ann, heir of her 
brother, John Parsons of the Middle Temple, London, esquire, to the 
use of the said John and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of John Davey, John Groome, John Groome. 

Witnesses: Henry Chatfeild, Tho: Pyke. 

John Groome of Charlton, =j= Edward Manning of=j=Ann Parsons, sister and heir=. . Back- 



in Steyning, co. Sussex, 
gent; living 14 April 171 1. 



Ferring, co. Sussex, 
gent; living 14 April 
1 7.1 1. 



ofJohnParsonsoftheMiddle shell. 1st 
Temple, London, esquire ; husband, 
died before 14 April 17 11. 



John Groome of Byne, in=Mary, only=. . . Spencer, died 
West Grinstead, co. Sussex, daughter. before 14 April 171 1. 

gent. 1 , ' 1st husband. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
14 April 1 7 1 1. 

1 "fix, u M r John Groome &• Mistress Mary Spenser widdow 
were married April y' 29" 1 ." — Registers of Ferring, co. Sussex. 



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Grose and Andrews. 

INDENTURE made 20 April 1764, between (1) Frances Andrews of 
Andover, co. Hants, relict and executrix of the will of Samuel 
Andrews of Andover, gent, (2) Jacob Grose, late of Richmond, co. 
Surrey, now of Andover, esquire, and Frances his wife, only child of the 
said Samuel and Frances Andrews, and (3) Francis Grose, the younger, 
of Wandsworth, co. Surrey, esquire, Edward Duke of Andover, clerk, 
Samuel Hemming of Twickenham, co. Surrey, clerk, and Nathaniel 
Wick of Salisbury, surgeon. 

In consideration of his marriage with his wife Frances, Jacob Grose 
agrees within the space of one month to transfer to Francis Grose, &c, 
^1000 four per cent, annuities to the use of the said Jacob and Frances 
for life and then of their issue ; and Frances Andrews agrees to transfer 
^1100 stock to similar uses. 

Signatures of Frances Andrews, Jacob Grose, Frances Grose, Frs: 
Grose, Edw: Duke, Sam: Hemming, Nath 1 Wick. 

Witnesses : Ra : Etwall, Abraham Norris, Dan 1 Grose, Ann Elizabeth 
Mathison, John Endersbee, Rebecca Eaton. 



INDENTURE made 20 April 1764, between (1) Frances Andrews, 
&c, and (2) Jacob Grose, &c. 

In consideration of the marriage lately solemnised (sic) between the 
said Jacob and Frances Grose and of an indenture of even date 
made between (1) Frances Andrews, (2) Jacob and Frances Grose, and 
(3) Francis Grose, the younger, of Wandsworth, co. Surrey, esquire, 
Edward Duke of Andover, clerk, Samuel Hemming of Twickenham, 
co. Surrey, clerk, and Nathaniel Wick of New Sarum, co. Wilts, 
surgeon, by which Jacob Grose agreed to transfer to the said Francis 
Grose, &c, certain stock ; he now agrees at the death of his father 
Francis Grose, the elder, of Richmond, co. Surrey, to pay ^2000, 
and Frances Andrews ^1100 to the said trustees. 

Signatures of Frances Andrews, Jacob Grose, Frances Grose. 

Witnesses : Nath : Wick, Ra : Etwall, Abraham Norris. 



Francis Grose, of Richmond, 5 
co. Surrey, esquire ; living 
20 April 1764. 




Samuel Andrews of Andover,= 
co. Hants, gent ; died before 
20 April 1764. 



=Frances, living 
20 April 1764. 



Francis Grose of Wands- 
worth, co. Surrey ; living 
20 April 1764. 



Jacob Grose of Andover, =Frances, only 
co. Hants, esquire. child. 

Post Nuptial Settlement 
dated 20 April 1764. 



"Jacob Grose Esq r and Frances Andrews both of this Parish 
were married in this Church by licence with consent of Parents this 



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twenty third day of April in the year one thousand seven hundred 
and sixty four (sic) by me Rice Price, Vicar. 

This Marriage was solemnized between us { J"f ^ Grose. 

\ Prances Andrews. 



Sarah Pollen. 
Nath 1 Wick." 



In the presence of / 

Registers of St. Mary, Andover, co. Hants. 



Grove and Walford. 



INDENTURE made 10 June 1704, between (1) John Grove, the 
elder, of Rowley Regis, co. Stafford, gent, and Hannah his wife, 
and their son and heir apparent, John Grove, (2) Mary Walford of 
Banbury, co. Oxford, widow, and her daughter, Barbara Walford, 
and (3) William Bendy of Shuttend, in Kingswinford, co. Stafford, 
esquire, and Thomas Walford of Sibbord Ferris, co. Oxford, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Grove 
and Barbara Walford, John Grove, the elder, and John Grove, the 
younger, grant to William Bendy and Thomas Walford a messuage, &c, 
in Rowley Regis to the use of the said John and Barbara and 
their heirs. 

Signatures of John Grove, Jo : Grove, Jun r . 

Witnesses : John Turton, William Price, Sarah Dudley. 



John Grove of 
Rowley Regis, co 
Stafford . 
10 June 1704. 



living 



=Hannah, living 
10 June 1704. 



Walford,=f=Mary, of Banbury, 



died before 
June 1704 



co. Oxford; living 
10 June 1704. 



John Grove.=Barbara Walford. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
10 June 1 704. 

"July 1704. M r John Grove of Roivley Regis in y* County of 
Stafford and M rs Barbara Walford of this towne were married with 
Licence.'' 1 — Registers of Banbury, co. Oxford. 



Grumbridge and Jupp. 

INDENTURES of Lease and Release made 28 and 29 March 1727, 
between (1) Hannah Jupp of Rudgwick, co. Sussex, widow, 
(2) Richard Grumbridge of Rudgwick, cordwainer, and (3) Thomas 
Jupp of Shinfold, co. Sussex, carpenter. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with Richard Grumbridge, 
Hannah Jupp grants unto Thomas Jupp a messuage, &c, in 



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Billinghurst, co. Sussex, to the use of Hannah Jupp till her children,- 
Sarah and Rachel Jupp are 21, and Richard Grumbridge will at no 
time enact money from any of the children of the said Hannah, viz: 
Henry Butcher, William Tuckett, and Sarah and Rachel Jupp, for 
their board, &c. 

Signatures (to Release) of Hannah (x) Jupp, Richard Grumbridge,' 
Thomas Jupp (to Lease) Hannah (x) Jupp. 

Witnesses: Steaphen Buck, Cha: Hilton, Eliz: Hilton. 



Richard Grumbridge of 
Rudgwick, co. Sussex, 
cordwainer. 



Hannah.= 



Marriage Settlements dated 
29 March 1727. 



=. . . Butcher.: 
1 st husband. 



Henry Butcher, 
living 29 March 
1727. 



=. . , Tuckett.= 
2nd husband. 



William Tuckett, 
living 29 March 
1727. 



=. • • Jupp- 
3rd husband. 



I 

Sarah Jupp, not 
21, 29 March 
1727. 



I 

Rachel Jupp, 
not 21, 29 
March 1727. 



Gurdon and Cooke. 

INDENTURE made 22 June 1694, between (1) Nathaniel Gurdon 
of Assington, co. Suffolk, Doctor of Divinity, and Elizabeth his wife, 
and his brother, Barrett Gurdon, and (2) Sir William Cooke of 
Broome Hall, in Broome, co. Norfolk, baronet, Thornagh Gurdon of 
Letton, co. Norfolk, esquire, John Heme of Amring Hall, co. Norfolk, 
esquire, Richard Freston of Great Linstead, co. Suffolk, esquire, and 
Brampton Gurdon, brother of Thornagh Gurdon. 

Nathaniel, Elizabeth and Barrett Gurdon grant unto Sir William 
Cooke, &c, lands in Stoke Nayland, Assington, Buers, &c, co. 
Suffolk, and Great Coggeshall and Paswick, co. Essex, to hold the 
same for a year. 

Signatures of Nath : Gurdon, Eliz : Gurdon, Baret Gurdon. 
Witnesses : William How, Philip Dupont. 

Endorsed : " Lease for a year to the Marriage Settlement of John 
Gurdon, Esq: with Miss Letitia Cooke." 



Nathaniel Gurdon of= 
Assington, co. Suffolk, 
D.D. ; living 22 June 
1694. 



=Elizabeth, 
living 2 2 
June 1694. 



Barrett Gurdon, 
living 22 June 
1694. 



Sir William Cooke of= 
Broome Hall, co. 
Norfolk, baronet ; 
living 22 June 1694. 



John Gurdon. Letitia Cooke. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
22 {and 23) June 1694. 



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Haffenden and Beale. 



TNDENTURE made 24 November 1731, between (1) James 
J- Haffenden of Tenterden, co. Kent, gent, (2) Richard Beale of 
Biddenden, co. Kent, gent, and Samuel Curteis of Tenterden, gent, 
and (3) Elizabeth Beale, daughter of Richard Beale. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Beale, 
James Haffenden grants unto Richard Beale and Samuel Curteis 
a messuage, &c, in Tenterden to the use of the said James and 
Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of J. Haffenden, Rich : Beale, Elizabeth Beale. 
Witnesses: Fra: Taylor, John Mason. 

Richard Beale of Biddenden,=j= 
co. Kent, gent; living 24 
November 1731. | 

James Haffenden of=Elizabeth Beale. 
Tenterden, co. Kent, 

gent. * , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
24 November 1731. 

"1731. Dec r I st . M r James Haffende?i of Te?iterde?i and 
M rs Elizabeth Beale of this Parish By Licence." — Registers of 
Biddenden, co. Kent. 



Hancocke and Kirkby. 

INDENTURE made 28 March 1673, between (1) Robert Hancocke 
of Scredington, co. Lincoln, yeoman, and Francis Hancocke of 
Scredington, yeoman, (2) Thomas Church of the Brooke of Sileby, co. 
Leicester, yeoman, and Nathaniel Cole of Swayton, co. Lincoln, 
yeoman, and (3) Mary Kirkby of Sileby, widow of Edward Kirkby, and 
her daughter Elizabeth Kirkby. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Francis Hancocke 
and Elizabeth Kirkby, Robert and Francis Hancocke grant unto 
Thomas Church and Nathaniel Cole a messuage, &c, at West 
Willoughby, in Ancaster, co. Lincoln, to the use of the said Francis 
and Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of Robert Hancocke, Francis Hancocke, Thomas 
Church, Mary (x) Kirkeby, Elizabeth (x) Kirkeby. 

Witnesses: La: Carter, Tho: Gulson, Nich: Sharpe. 

Edward Kirkby of Sileby,=f=Mary, living 28 
co. Leicester; died before I March 1673. 
28 March 1673. | 

Francis Hancocke of Elizabeth Kirkby. 
Scredington, co. Lincoln, 

yeoman. s , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
28 March 1673. 

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Hargraves and Scott. 



GRANT dated 30 May 1658, by John Scott of Drighlington, co. 
York, yeoman, and his son, Christopher Scott of the same. 
In consideration of a marriage lately solemnized between Robert 
Hargraves and Mary, daughter of Christopher Scott, we grant to 
John Hanson of North Bierley, co.' York, husbandman, and Joseph 
Scott of Gildersome, co. York, clothier, our house, &c, in Drighlington 
to the use of the said Robert and Mary Hargraves. 
Signatures of John Scott, Christopher (x) Scott. 
Endorsed with memorandum of possession signed John (x) Hanson, 
Joseph Scott. 

Witnesses : Christopher Scott, the younger, Josias Brooke. 



John Scott of Drighlington,=j= 
co. York, yeoman ; living 
30 May 1658. 



Christopher Scott of=f= 
Drighlington ; living 
30 May 1658. 



Robert Hargraves ;=Mary Scott, marr. before 
living 30 May 1658. 30 May 1658 (date of 
Marriage Settlements). 



Harper and Davys. 

INDENTURE made 17 September 1658, between (1) George Harper 
of Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, merchant, son and heir of Roger 
Harper, late of Godwick cum Tittleshall, co. Norfolk, gent, and 
(2) John Albertson and William Emperor, burgesses and aldermen 
of Great Yarmouth. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between George Harper 
and Elizabeth Davys of Great Yarmouth, single woman, daughter 
of Thomas Davys, merchant, deceased, George Harper grants to John 
Albertson and William Emperor, lands, &c, in Brisley, co. Norfolk, in 
trust for the said George and Elizabeth and their issue, and further 



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he will pay to his sister Margaret, wife of Richard Springall, £100 
bequeathed her by her father Roger Harper. 

Signatures of John Albertson, William Emperor. 

Witnesses : Mary Davis, Edmund Greene, John Bird, Jo : Woodroffe. 



Roger Harper of Godwicke cum=f= 
Tittleshall, co. Norfolk, gent 
died before 17 September 1658 



Thomas Davys of Great= 
Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, 
merchant; died before 17 
September 1658. 



Richard Springall,=Margaret, living 17 
living 17 September September 1658. 
1658. 



George Harper of Great 
Yarmouth, merchant. 



^Elizabeth Davys. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
17 September 1658. 



"Mr. Georg Harper of V S. & Mrs. Eliza th Davis Y" 
Nov. 25, 1658" — Registers of Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk. 



S. 



Harris and Davels. 

INDENTURE made 31 July 1593, between (1) William Harris of 
Hayne, co. Devon, esquire, (2) John Davels of South Marland, co. 
Devon, esquire, and (3) Richard Prideaux, George Wyott and John 
Glanville, esquire, and Richard Denis, Anthony Gyfford and Richard 
Standon, gent. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of his only daughter and 
heir apparent, Margaret Davels with Arthur Harris, son and heir 
apparent of William Harris, John Davels agrees that he and Margaret 
his wife will convey to Richard Prideaux, &c, his mansion house, &c, 
of South Marland, in Petherickstowe, co. Devon, and of Totley, in 
Black Torrington and of Little Yearnscombe, in Yearnscombe, and of 
Little Torrington and Tadypark, in Little Torrington, and the advowson 
of the same and lands in Petersmorland, Mabarowe, Chereton Bishop, 
all co. Devon, to the use of John Davels for life, then to the use of the 
said Arthur and Margaret and their issue. 

Endorsed : "This is a true copy of the Originall Deed of Settlement 
carefully compared and examined therewith this 18 th day of January 
Anno Dni 1722 by us Step" Mydhope, Abra: Hayman." 

William Harris of Hayne,=j= John Davels of South Marland,=j=Margaret, living 



co. Devon, esquire ; living 
31 July 1593. 



co. Devon, esquire ; living 
31 July 1593. 



31 July 1593. 



Arthur Harris, son Margaret Davels, only 
and heir apparent. dau. and heir apparent. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
31 July 1593. 



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Harris and Hubberd. 



INDENTURE made 8 June 1611, between (1) Thomas Harris, the 
younger, of London, merchant, and (2) James Cambell of London, 
esquire, and Thomas Cambell of London, merchant. 

In consideration of his marriage with Mary, daughter of Miles 
Hubberd, citizen and clothworker of London, deceased, Thomas 
Harris agrees to stand seized of certain lands in Standlake, Brickington, 
Brighthampton and Hardwick, co. Oxford, to the use of himself and 
his wife Mary and their issue. 
Signature of Tho : Harris. 

Witnesses : John Bagshawe, Robert Bankworth, scriv., Field 
Whorwood, John Nevile. 

Miles Hubberd, citizen= 
and clothworker of 
London ; died before 
8 June 161 1. 



Thomas Harris, the=Mary, marr. before 8 June 
younger, of London, 161 1 (date of Marriage 
merchant. Settlements). 



Harris and Thomas. 

"INDENTURE made 17 March 17^, between (1) Margery Thomas 
J- of Lichfield, widow, (2) William Harris of Lichfield, labourer, and 
Anne his wife, one of the daughters of the said Margery Thomas, and 
(3) Solomon Bradford of Lichfield, cordwainer. 

In consideration of the marriage of William and Anne Harris, 
Margery Thomas grants unto Solomon Bradford a messuage, &c, 
in Stow Street, Lichfield, to the use of the said William and Anne 
Harris. 

Signatures of Margery (x) Thomas, William (x) Harris, Anne (x) 
Harris. 

Witnesses : Anne Dean, Jno: Slate. 



. . . Thomas of Lichfield,=f=Margery, living 
co. Stafford; died before 17 March 17 
17 March I7|§. 



William Harris of=Anne, marr. before 17 March Other 
Lichfield, labourer. 17^ (date of Marriage issue. 
Settlements). 



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Harryotes and Barnesley. 



INDENTURE made 2 October 1601, between (1) Robert Harryotes 
of Chorley, co. Salop, yeoman, (2) his son and heir apparent 
John Harryotes, and (3) Thomas Barnesley of Tresle (Trysull), co. 
Stafford, yeoman. 

In consideration of the intended marriage between John Harryotes 
and Margaret Barnesley, daughter of Thomas Barnesley, Robert 
Harryotes and Elizabeth his wife, and John Harryotes agree to convey 
their messuage, &c, in Estopp, co. Salop, to the use of the said 
John and Margaret and their issue. 
Signature of Thomas Barnesley. 
Witnesses : William Barnesley, Thomas Mempas. 



Robert Harryotes of= 
Chorley, co. Salop, 
yeoman ; living 2 
October 1601. 



=Elizabeth, living 
2 October 1601. 



Thomas Barnesley of= 
Trysull, co. Stafford, 
yeoman ; living 2 
October 1601. 



John Harryotes.=Margaret Barnesley. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
2 October 1601. 

" 1601. John Harrytt^ 6° Margarett Barnsley were married 
the xx th day of October an pdict." — Registers of Try still, co. Stafford. 



Hart and Salter. 

INDENTURE made 21 October 1687, between (1) Mark Salter, the 
J- elder, of Sudbury, co. Suffolk, gent, and (2) James Hart of the same, 
blacksmith. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between James Hart 
and Mary Salter, natural daughter of the said Mark Salter, he, Mark 
Salter, grants unto him a messuage in St. Peter's, Sudbury. 

Signature of Mark Salter. 

Witnesses : Mark Salter, junior, Mathew Salter, Edward Hart, 
Joseph Wyatt. 

"October ji Anno Dom 1687 James Heart and Mary Salter 
was married." — Registers of Sudbury, co. Suffolk. 



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Harvey and Forby. 



INDENTURE made 22 May 1745, between (1) Martha Forby 
of Fincham, co. Norfolk, widow of Joseph Forby, late of Fincham, 
clerk, (2) John Watson of Susted, co. Norfolk, clerk, and Edward 
Chamberlayne of Great Cressingham, co. Norfolk, clerk, (3) William 
Harvey of Crimpelsham, co. Norfolk, clerk, and (4) Thomas Vincent 
of Crimpelsham, gent. 

Joseph Forby, by bond dated 24 September 1724 to Colvie 
Chamberlayne, Edward Chamberlayne and Thomas Spillman, undertook 
to lay out ^1600 in the purchase of lands and settle the same on 
the said Martha, his intended wife; he died 15 August 1744 without 
paying the said ^1600 and by his will dated 12 August 1744, left 
all his lands, &c, to his wife for benefit of his sons, Joseph, Thomas 
and John Forby at the age of 21 and made his wife Martha sole 
executrix. In consideration of her intended marriage with the said 
William Harvey, Martha Forby grants to John Watson and Edward 
Chamberlayne, all property she is possessed of in right of her late 
husband, in trust for the use of the said Martha and her sons, and 
renounces all future claim on the personal estate of William Harvey. 
Signatures of Martha Forby, E. Chamberlayne, W m Harvey. 
Witnesses : Edw : Dukes, Jn° Cooper. 



Joseph Forby of= 
Fincham, co. 
Norfolk, clerk ; 
died 15 August 
1744. Will dated 
12 August 1744. 



=Martha, marriage settlements 
dated 24 September 1724; 
executrix to her husband's 
will. 



William Harvey of 
Crimplesham, co. 
Norfolk, clerk. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
22 May 1745. 



Joseph Forby, not 
21, 22 May 1745. 



I 

Thomas Forby, not 
21, 22 May 1745. 



John Forby, not 21, 
22 May 1745. 



Hathaway and Bury. 

TNDENTURE made 3 July, 14 Chas: II. (1662), between (1) John 
-L Hathaway of Shottery, co. Warwick, yeoman, and Richard 
Hathaway of the same, yeoman, and (2) Giles Roberts of the same, 
yeoman, and Thomas Bury of Chipping Norton, co. Oxford, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Richard 
Hathaway and Elizabeth Bury, one of the daughters of Robert Bury 
of Chipping Norton, gent, sister of the said Thomas Bury, John 
and Richard Hathaway, grant to the said Thomas Bury and Giles 



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Roberts, land in Shottery and Old Stratford, co. Warwick, for the 
use of the said Richard and Elizabeth and their issue. 

Witnesses : Willia Baldwyn, John Richarson, Thomas Rowney. 

Robert Bury of Chipping=f= 
Norton, co. Oxford, gent. 



Richard Hathaway of Elizabeth 
Shottery, co. Warwick, Bury. 

yeoman. ' . ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
3 July 1662. 



Thomas Bury of 
Chipping Norton, 
co. Oxford, gent ; 
living 3 July 1662. 



Other 
issue. 



Hawke and [ ]. 

GRANT made 3 October 1701, by Stephen Hawke of Chiswell 
Parva, co. Essex, yeoman. 
In consideration of the marriage of my son Stephen Hawke of 
Chiswell Parva, with his wife Elizabeth, I grant unto them my house, 
&c, in Barley and Barkway, co. Essex, to the use of them and their 
heirs for ever. 

Stephen Hawke of Chiswell=j= 
Parva, co. Essex, yeoman ; 
living 3 October 1701. 



Stephen Hawke of=Elizabeth, marr. before 3 October 
Chiswell Parva. 1701 (date of Marriage Settlements). 



Hawker and Blake. 

INDENTURE made ( ) April 1757, between (1) Moses Hawker of 
A Portsmouth, co. Hants, gent (2) Elizabeth Blake of Birchmoor, Isle 
of Wight, spinster, (3) Robert Clarke of Castlehold, near Newport, 
Isle of Wight, gent, and (4) Thomas Urry of Sheat, Isle of Wight, 
esquire, John Mitchell of St. Cross, near Newport, husbandman, and 
Richard Foquett of Newport, gent. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with Moses Hawker, and 
of the settlement made by her of her lands by indentures made 
25 October 1751, between (1) Mary, wife of John Mitchell, then Mary 
Blake, and Elizabeth Blake, and (2) Robert Clarke; Elizabeth Blake 
and Robert Clarke, grant unto Thomas Urry, John Mitchell, and 
Richard Foquett, lands in Northwood, Isle of Wight, to the sole 
use of the said Elizabeth Blake. 

Signatures of Moses Hawker, Eliz: Blake, Thos: Urry, Rob 1 Clarke, 
John Mitchell, Richard Foquett. 

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Hawley and Cooper, 



TNDENTURE made 17 July 1695, between (1) Joseph Hawley of 
■*- Loughborough, co. Leicester, malster, and Henry Hawley, a Fellow 
of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Bachelor of Divinity, (2) Robert 
Hawley of the Outwoods in Loughborough, gent, and Margaret 
Cooper of Loughborough, widow, and (3) her daughter Penelope 
Cooper. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Joseph Hawley 
and Penelope Cooper, Joseph and Henry Hawley grant unto Robert 
Hawley and Margaret Cooper, to the use of the said Joseph and 
Penelope and their issue with reversion to the said Henry Hawley, 
then to Katherine Palmer, sister of Henry and Joseph Hawley and 
the right heirs of William Hawley, deceased, father of the said 
Robert, Henry, and Joseph. 

Signatures of Joseph Hawley, Hen : Hawley, Robert Hawley, 
Margaret (x) Cooper. 

Witnesses: Will: Busby, Geo: Capp, Alex: Bickerton. 

(Appended is a terrier of the arable lands comprised in the 
settlement). 



William Hawley of=j= 
Loughborough, co. 
Leicester ; died 
before 17 July 
1695. 



Robert Hawley 
of the Outwoods, 
in Loughborough, 
gent ; living 1 7 
July 1695. 



Henry Hawley of 
Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge, B.D. ; 
living 1 7 July 1695. 



Katherine, living 
17 July 1695; 
marr. . . Palmer. 



. . . Cooper,= 
died before 
17 July 1695. 



=Margaret, living 
at Loughborough 
17 July 1695. 



Joseph Hawley 
of Loughborough, 
malster. * 



Penelope 
Cooper. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
17 July 1695. 



Heaviside and Elliott. 

INDENTURE made 16 November 1751, between (1) John Heaviside 
and Mary his wife, late Mary Elliott, daughter of John Elliott, and 
(2) John Elliott of Clements Lane, London, upholder. 

By indentures made 12 July 1745, between (1) John Elliott, 
(2) Mary Elliott, (3) John Heaviside, and (4) William Elliott 
of Cannon Street, goldsmith, and Michael Heaviside of Radcliffe 
Cross, co. Middlesex, sugar baker, ^1000 was settled on the 
intended marriage of John Heaviside and Mary Elliott ; it is 



now desired that this sum be invested by John Elliott, the surviving 
trustee, in a mortgage on lands in North Mimms, co. Hertford. 

Signatures of Jn° Heaviside, Mary Heaviside. 

Witnesses : Thomas Grubb, Ann Harrow. 

Endorsed with a declaration dated 13 December 1757, of the 
investment of the trust moneys in the said mortgage and their being 
repaid and in the hands of John Elliott. 

Signatures of John Elliott, J. Heaviside, Mary Heaviside. 

Witnesses : John Cronkshaw, Rob 1 Lukyn. 

Annexed is a paper : " Thomas Grubb, Ann Harrow, the two 
witnesses, both servants to M r Heaviside, John Cronkshaw, Curate of 
Hatfield, Rob' Lukyn, Journey man to M r Heaviside a Kentish man 
from near Canterbury." 

John Elliott of Clements=j= 
Lane, London, upholder; 
living 13 December 1757. 



John Heaviside, living=Mary, marriage settlements 
13 December 1757. dated 12 July 1745; living 
13 December 1757. 



Hector and Newell. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 14 October 1731, between 
(1) Sarah Newell of Dunnington, co. Salop, widow, (2) Samuel 
Brindley of Dunnington, gent, her nephew, and (3) George Hector, 
the younger, of Lilleshall Lodge, co. Salop, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between George Hector 
and Sarah Newell, Samuel Brindley agrees to lay out ^400 in lands 
in Salop, Warwick, or Stafford, and convey them to the use of himself 
for life, then to the use of the said George and Sarah and their heirs. 
Signatures of Samuel Brindley, George Hector, Jn r , Sarah Newell. 
Witnesses: Thos: Smith, Steph" Simpson. 

Counterpart of above signed by Sam : Brindley, George Hector, Jun r , 
witnessed by Robert Prios, Step" Simpson. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 2 April 1733, between 
(1) Samuel Brindley, late of Dunnington, but now of Wellington, 
co. Salop, gent, (2) George Hector, the younger, of Dunnington, 
gent, and Sarah his wife, late wife of Thomas Newell of Dunnington, 
and aunt to Samuel Brindley, and (3) John Southall of Wellington, 
gent, and Esther his wife, aunt to Samuel Brindley. 

The marriage of George and Sarah Hector was solemnized 
20 October 1731, and since then one daughter has been born to them, 

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and George and Sarah Hector have filed a Bill in Chancery to compel 
Samuel Brindley to perform his agreement of 14 October i 731, so 
now Samuel Brindley agrees to stand possessed of a messuage, &c, 
in Wemm, co. Salop, to the use of Sarah Hector and Esther Southall, 
to sell the same and after paying certain bonds and debts to make the 
promised settlement on Sarah Hector and a like settlement on Esther 
Southall. 

Signatures of Samuel Brindley, George Hector, Jn r , John SouthalL 
Witnesses : Edmund Witherings, Jn° Hand. 

TNDENTURES of Lease and Release made 1 and 2 February 1 73^ 
J- between (1) George Hector, the younger, of Dunnington, co. Salop, 
gent, and Sarah his wife, widow of Thomas Newell of Dunnington, 
deceased, (2) Samuel Brindley, late of Dunnington, now of Wellington, 
co. Salop, gent, nephew of Sarah Hector, (3) John Southall of 
Wellington, gent, and (4) Richard Southall of Stafford, gent, and 
Benjamin Hector of Lichfield, surgeon. 

George Hector grants unto Richard Southall and Benjamin Hector 
a barn, &c, in the county of the city of Lichfield to the use of 
Samuel Brindley for life, then to the use of George and Sarah Hector 
and their issue, and Samuel Brindley releases all claim against 
Sarah Hector as administratrix to her late husband. 

Signatures to Lease, Geo: Hector, Jun r ; to Release, Geo: Hector, 
Jun r , Samuel (x) Brindley, John Southall. 

Witnesses: Geo: Hector, sen r , Jo" Leake, Jo" Leake, jun r . 



I 

Brindley. 



Thomas Newell.=Sarah,= 
1st husband. living 
2 Feb. 



r 73f- 



=George Hector of Dun- 
nington, co. Salop, gent; 
marr. 20 October 1731 ; 
living 2 February i73f. 
2nd husband. 



Esther, =John Southall 
living of Wellington, 
2 April co. Salop, gent ; 
1733. living 2 Feb- 
ruary i73f. 



Samuel Brindley of Wellington, 
gent ; living 2 February 173^. 



A daughter, living 
2 April 1733. 



Heycocke and Shachwell. 




EED POLL dated 9 November 1657, of Thomas Heycocke of 
Paylton, in Monks Kirby, co. Warwick, labourer. 



In consideration of my intended marriage with Ann Shachwell, 
a daughter of William Shachwell of Esenhall, co. Warwick, husbandman, 
deceased, I grant unto Henry Gammidge of Esenhall, weaver, and 
George Bagget of Brockhurst, in Monks Kirby, co. Warwick, weaver, 



my house, &c, in Paylton to the use of the said Thomas and Ann 
and their issue. 

Signature of Thomas (x) Heycocke. 

Witnesses : Richard Shachwell, John Gammidge, Grace Heycocke. 
Counterpart signed by George (x) Baggett, Henry (x) Gammidge. 

William Shachwell of Esenhall,=j= 
in Monks Kirby, co. Warwick ; 
died before 9 November 1657. 



Thomas Heycocke of Paylton, Ann Shachwell. 
in Monks Kirby, labourer. > 



Marriage Settlements dated 
9 November 1657. 



Hey ward and Meacock. 

INDENTURE made 14 October 1642, between (1) Richard Heyward 
of Bicester, co. Oxford, tanner, (2) Cadwallader Coker of Bicester, 
gent, and Thomas Franklyn of Bicester, gent, and (3) Elizabeth 
Meacock of Oxford, spinster. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Meacock, 
Richard Heyward agrees to be seized of two cottages, &c, in Bicester 
to the use of themselves and their issue. 

Signatures of Elizabeth (x) Meacocke, Cadwall: Coker, Thomas 
Franklyn. 

Witnesses : Richard Clarke, William Froman, Charles Franklyn, 
Charles Halloway, Alice Halloway. 



Heyward and Nevett. 

INDENTURE made 25 March 1667, between (1) Thomas Heyward 
of Woburn, co. Buckingham, yeoman, and (2) Margaret Nevett 
of Cookham, co. Berks, widow, and her eldest daughter, Margaret 
Nevett. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Margaret Nevett, 
the daughter, Thomas Heyward agrees to stand seized of his lands, &c, 



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in Woburn to the use of the said Thomas and Margaret and 
their issue. 

Signature of Thomas Heyward. 

Witnesses : Wm: Cherr (?), Richard Blackman. 

Nevett, died=j=Margaret, living 



before 25 March 
1667. 



25 March 1667. 



Thomas Heyward of=Margaret Nevett, 
Woburn, co. Bucking- eldest daughter, 
ham, yeoman. » 

Marriage Settlements dated 
25 March 1667. 

"Anno Domini 1667. Thomas Heaward and Margarett Nevett 
were married the 2 nd of June." — Registers of Cookham, co. Berks. 



Heyward and Peake. 

GRANT dated 20 October 1657, of James Heyward of Rougham, 
co. Suffolk, shepherd. 
In consideration of his marriage with Barbara, daughter of George 
Peake of Norton, co. Suffolk, yeoman, James Heyward grants unto 
the said George Peake and John Griffin of Norton, a messuage in 
Glenwall Street, in Great Horningsheath, co. Suffolk, partly occupied 
by William Wiffen, the elder, granted to him by indenture dated 
3 February 165!, by the said George Peake and Alice his wife, late 
wife of William Wiffen, deceased, to the use of the said James and 
Barbara and their issue. 

Signature of James (x) Hayward. 

Witnesses : Thomas Willinson, Thomas Wetham. 



William Wiffen.=Alice, living=j=George Peake of Norton, co. 
1st husband. 3 February Suffolk, yeoman ; living 20 
165!. October 1657. 2nd husband. 



James Heyward of=Barbara Peake, marr. before 
Rougham, co. Suffolk, 20 October 1657, date of 
shepherd. marriage settlements. 



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Higgs and Home. 

INDENTURE made 9 July 1687, between (1) William Higgs of 
-A- Basledon, co. Berks, cooper, and (2) Robert Home of North Street, 
in Tilehurst, co. Berks, yeoman, and John Webb of Reading, co. 
Berks, butcher. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Home, 
daughter of Robert Home, William Higgs grants unto Robert Home 
and John Webb lands in Basledon bought by his uncle, Edward Higgs, 
and his father, John Higgs, of Richard White of Speen, co. Berks, 
yeoman, and conveyed to him by the will of John Higgs, to the use of 
himself and Mary Home and their issue. 

Signatures of William Higgs, Robart Home, John Webb. 

Witnesses : Frances Dalby, Edw : Dalby. 



Edward John Higgs of Basildon,=j= Robert Home of Tile-=j= 



Higgs. co. Berks ; died before 
9 July 1687. 



hurst, co. Berks, yeoman ; 
living 9 July 1687. 



William Higgs of Mary Home. 
Basildon, cooper. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
9 July 1687. 



Hoare and Hudson. 

INDENTURE made 20 August 1729, between (1) Mary Hudson of 
Odiham, co. Hants, spinster, grand-daughter and heir of William 
Bradford, late of Odiham, barber surgeon, deceased, (2) William Hoare 
of Godalming, co. Surrey, needlemaker, and William Wakeford, the 
elder, of Odiham, gent, and Joseph Wakeford of Andover, co. Hants, 
linen draper. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with William Hoare, 
Mary Hudson grants unto William and Joseph Wakeford land at 
Northwarmbrow in Odiham to the use of the said William and Mary 
and their heirs. 

Signatures of Mary Hudson, Wm : Hoare. 

Witnesses: St. Wilmshurst, W m Harmsworth, F. Blissett. 

William Bradford of Odiham,=j= 
barber surgeon ; died before | 
20 August 1729. I 

Hudson.=j=. . . . 



William Hoare of Godalming, Mary Hudson, 
co. Surrey, needlemaker. - , < 

Marriage Settlements dated 
20 August 1729. 



Hooper and Batshellor. 

"INDENTURE made 7 August 1705, between (1) Thomas Hooper, 
J- the elder, of Andover, co. Hants, clothier, and (2) Roger Bird, 
the elder, of Andover, wagoner, and Richard Baker, the elder, of 
Andover, serge weaver. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of his son Thomas 
Hooper with Phoebe Batshellor of Andover, widow, Thomas Hooper 
grants unto Roger Bird and Richard Baker a messuage, &c., in 
Andover to the use of the said Thomas and Phoebe and their issue. 

Signature of Thomas Hooper, the elder. 

Witnesses : Ruth Hooper, Edward Hooper. 



Thomas Hooper of Andover,=j= 
co. Hants, clothier; living 
7 August 1705. 



Thomas Hooper. Phoebe Batshellor of 
Andover, widow. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
7 August 1705. 



Hooper and Lansdown. 

INDENTURE made 7 May 1745, between (1) Nicholas Hooper of 
Walcott, co. Somerset, yeoman, and James Hooper his son and heir 
apparent, (2) Mary Lansdown, only child of John Lansdown, late of 
Weston, co Somerset, yeoman, only son and heir of John Lansdown, by 
Ann his late wife, both deceased, and (3) James Sparrow of Walcott, 
clerk, and William Hooper of the same yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between James Hooper 
and Mary Lansdown, and a settlement to be made of her inherited lands 
when she is 21 years of age, Nicholas and James Hooper grant unto 
James Sparrow and William Hooper an estate called " Chilters," in 
Walcott, bought by the late William Hooper, father of the said 
Nicholas, of William Saunders, esquire, Lord of the Manor of Walcott, 



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to the use of Nicholas Hooper for life and then to the said James 
and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Nicholas Hooper, James Hooper Mary (x) Lansdown. 

Witnesses : Lewis Clutterbuck, John Jefferys. 



William Hooper of=f= 
Walcott, co. Somerset ; 
died before 7 May 
1745- 



Nicholas Hooper of= 
Walcott, yeoman ; 
living 7 May 1745. 



John Lansdown of=j=Ann. 
Weston, co. Somerset ; 
died before 7 May 
1745- 



I 

John Lansdown of=j= 
Weston, yeoman 
(only son) ; died 
before 7 May 1745. 



James Hooper. 



Mary Lansdown (only 
child), not 21. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
7 May 1745. 



Horley and Booker. 

INDENTURE made 6 December 1783, between (1) James Horley 
of Reigate, co. Surrey, yeoman, (2) Elizabeth Booker of Merstham, 
co. Surrey, widow, and (3) Nathaniel Coulstock of Reigate, wheelwright, 
and James Eastland of Merstham, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Booker, 
James Horley grants unto Nathaniel Coulstock and James Eastland 
land, &c, in Reigate to the use of the said James and Elizabeth. 
Signatures of James Horley, Eliz: Booker, James Eastland. 
Witnesses: Amb: Glover, Rebecca Eastland. 



Horton and Harborne. 

INDENTURE made 16 September 1655, between (1) John Horton 
of Gumley, co. Leicester, yeoman, and Thomas Horton of Market 
Harborough, co. Leicester, mercer, his son and heir apparent, 
(2) Richard Harborne of Overstone, co. Northampton, gent, and Anne 
Harborne, his second daughter, and (3) Richard Kestin of Great Bowden, 
co. Leicester, gent, and Robert Johnson of Great Bowden, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Thomas 
Horton and Anne Harborne, John and Thomas Horton grant to 



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Richard Kestin and Robert Johnson lands, &c, in Gumley for the 
use of John Horton and Margery his wife, then of the said Thomas 
and Anne and their issue. 

Signatures of Rich d Harborne, Rich : Kestin, Ro : Johnson. 

Witnesses : Nicholas Kestin, John Lewis, James Fellowes. 



John Horton of Gumley ,=j=Margery, living 



co. Leicester, yeoman ; 
living 1 6 September 
1655- 



16 September 
1655- 



Richard Harborne of= 
Overstone, co. North- 
hampton, gent ; living 
16 September 1655. 



Thomas Horton of Market 
Harborough, co. Leicester, 



mercer. 



Anne Harborne 
(2nd daughter). 



Marriage Settlements dated 
16 September 1655. 



Horton and Kestin. 

INDENTURE made 25 April 1630, between (1) William Horton of 
Gumley, co. Leicester, yeoman, (2) Richard Kestin of Great 
Bowden, co. Leicester, yeoman, and (3) John Horton of Gumley, 
yeoman, son and heir apparent of the said William Horton. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Horton 
and Margarie Kestin, daughter of Richard Kestin, William Horton 
grants to his son John Horton a messuage, &c, in Gumley to the 
use of the said John and Margery and their issue, with reversion to 
Thomas Horton, James Horton, Andrew Horton, Robert Horton and 
William Horton, other sons of the said William Horton, saving the 
rights of dower of Isabel Horton, the now wife of William Horton. 
Signatures of William Horton, Richard Kestin. 
Witnesses : Robert Fellow, John Frenche, Denis Kestin, William 
Shingle. 



William Horton of Gumley,= 
co. Leicester, yeoman ; 
living 25 April 1630. 



=Isabel, living 
25 April 1630. 



Richard Kestin of Great=j= 
Bowden, co. Leicester, 
yeoman; living 25 April 
1630. 



2 Thomas 3 James 4 Andrew 
Horton. Horton. Horton. 



1 Robert 
Horton. 



7 

'William 1 John Horton of Margery 
Horton. Gumley, yeoman. Kestin. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
25 April 1630. 



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Howard and Astry. 



"INDENTURE made 8 March 17 if, between (1) Arabella Astry of 
J- Henbury, co. Gloucester, singlewoman, a daughter of Sir Samuel 
Astry, late of Henbury, knight, deceased, and Elizabeth his wife, 
also deceased, (2) Henry, Earl of Suffolk and Bindon, his son and 
heir apparent, Charles William Howard, Lord Walden, (3) Thomas 
Turner of the Middle Temple, esquire, Thomas Edwards of Bristol, 
esquire, Joseph Edwards, gent (his son) and John Arnold, citizen 
and apothecary of London, and (4) John Wale of Gray's Inn, esquire, 
and Edward Haulsey of Staple Inn, gent. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with the said Lord 
Walden, Arabella Astry grants unto John Wale and Edward Haulsey 
one third of the Manor of Westerleigh and hundred of Henbury, 
co. Gloucester, which she holds as tenant in common with Sir John 
Smith and Dame Elizabeth his wife, and Richard Orlebar, esquire, 
and Diana his wife, to the use of the said Lord Walden and Arabella 
and their issue. (Not executed). 

Sir Samuel Astry of Henbury, =j= 
co. Gloucester, knight ; died 
before 8 March 17 if. 



Elizabeth, marr. Diana, marr. Richard Arabella, marr. 
Sir John Smith ; Orlebar ; both living Lord Walden 
both living 8 March 8 March 17 if. after 8 March 



Howell John and [ ]. 




EED POLL dated 23 October 1613, of Howell John of Mydrym, 
co. Carmarthen, yeoman. 



In consideration of my marriage with Katherine, my now wife, 
I grant to Rees ap Evans and Lewis Bevan of St. Cleares, co. 
Carmarthen, gents., my capital, messuage, &c, in Mydrym to the 
use of myself and the said Katherine (during widowhood) then to 
the use of William Howell, my son, and his heirs. 

Signature of Howell John. 



Hubbard and Willcox. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 16 August 1739, between 
(1) Francis Willcox of Tarn worth, co. Warwick, innholder, and 
his only daughter, Ann Willcox, (2) James Hubbard of Lichfield, 
distiller, and (3) Thomas Oakes of Tamworth, gent, and Charles Rose 
of Tamworth, barber. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of James Hubbard 
and Ann Willcox, Francis Willcox agrees to pay James Hubbard 



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£$oo, and James Hubbard agrees to settle ;£8oo on Ann if she 
survive him. 

Signatures of Fran : Willcox, James Hubbard. 

Witnesses : Robt: Wilson, cl: Ann Egginton. 

Francis Willcox of Tamworth, co.=p 
Warwick, innholder; living 16 
August 1739. 

I 

James Hubbard of Lichfield,=Ann Willcox, 
co. Stafford, distiller. <■ 

Marriage Articles dated 
16 August 1739. 

"IJ August 1739. James Hubbard and Anne Willcox." — Registers 
of Tamworth, co. Warwick. 



Hudson and Cobb. 

TNDENTURE made 26 February 169I-, between (1) Robert Hudson, 
J- the younger, of St. George the Martyr, in Canterbury, co. Kent, 
carpenter, (2) Stephen Arnold of Thannington, co. Kent, husbandman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Robert Hudson 
and Elizabeth Cobb, daughter of Thomas Cobb, late of St. Martin's, 
Canterbury, brickmaker, Robert Hudson grants to Stephen Arnold four 
tenements, &c, within the city of Canterbury for the use of the said 
Robert and Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signature of Robert Hudson. 

Witnesses : Thomas Smyth, Mich: Terry. 

Thomas Cobb of St. Martin's, near=j= 
Canterbury, co. Kent, brickmaker; 
died before 26 February 169^. 



Robert Hudson, the younger, of=Elizabeth Cobb. 
St. George the Martyr, Canterbury, 

carpenter. ' . ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
26 February 169^. 

'■''Robert Hudson of S' George, Canterbury, husbandman, bachelor, 
26, and Elizabeth Cobb of S ( Martin, Canterbury, virgin, whose 
mother consents. At Fordwich, Chartham or Thanington, 25 February 
i6q\." — Marriage Licence at Canterbury. 

Anno Dommini 1691. "Robert Hudson and Elizabeth Cobb was 
married febury the 28 th ." — Registers of Fordwich, co. Kent. 



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Hunt and Cudlip. 

INDENTURE made i March 17^, between (1) William Hunt of 
-L Tavistock, co. Devon, malster, (2) Arthur Cake of Tavistock, 
fellmonger, and Edmund Herring of West Longston, in Lamerton, co. 
Devon, gent, and (3) Christian Cudlip, daughter of John Cudlip of 
Tavistock, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Christian Cudlip, 
William Hunt grants unto Arthur Cake and Edmund Herring his 
messuage, &c, " the George," in Tavistock, formerly the lands of his 
father Nicholas Hunt, late of Tavistock, malster, deceased, to the use of 
the said William and Christian and their issue. 

Signature of Arthur Cake. 

Witnesses : Ann Collinge, John Herring. 



Nicholas Hunt of Tavistock,= 
co. Devon, malster; died 
before 1 March i7§£. 



John Cudlip of Tavistock,=j= 
yeoman ; living 1 March 
i7f£ 



William Hunt of=Christian Cudlip. 
Tavistock, malster. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
1 March 17^. 

William Hunt and Christian Cudlip were married 16 April 
1730. — Registers of St. Eustachius, Tavistock, co. Devon. 



Hunt and Nowell. 

INDENTURE made 1 March 167& between (1) Nicholas Hunt of 
-L the City of Canterbury, ironmonger, and (2) Peter Nowell of 
Sandwich, co. Kent, gent, and his only daughter, Judith Nowell. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Judith Nowell, Nicholas 
Hunt agrees to be seized of land called Lyvers Hams, in Willsborough, 
co. Kent, to the use of the said Nicholas and Judith and their heirs. 

Signature of Peter Nowell. 

Witnesses : Peter Brouske, Peter Odent, jun r , Thomas Nowell. 

Peter Nowell of Sandwich co. Kent,=f= 
gent; living 1 March 167^. I 

Nicholas Hunt of Canterbury ,=Judith Nowell. 

ironmonger. * , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
1 March i67f. 

'■'■Nicholas Hunt of S t Andrew, Canterbury, ironmonger, bachelor, 
26 (? 20) and Judith Nowell of Sandivich, spinster, 21, whose father 
consents. At Woodnesborough or Worth. John Hunt of New Romney, 
armiger bondsman. 7 April 1676." — Marriage Licence at Canterbury. 

Nicholas Hunt of St. Andrew's, Canterbury, and Judith Nowell of 
St. Mary's, Sandwich, were married by licence 11 April 1676. — Registers 
of Woodnesborough, co. Kent. 

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Hunt and Scoles. 

INDENTURE made 6 February 1701, between (1) Elizabeth Hunt 
of Stokenchurch, co. Oxford, widow, and her son and heir apparent 
John Hunt of the same, bricklayer, and (2) John Dormer of Shirburn, 
co. Oxford, wheelwright, and John Scoles of the same yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Hunt and 
Sarah Scoles, daughter of William Scoles, late of Shirburn, deceased, 
Elizabeth and John Hunt grant unto John Dormer and John Scoles 
a cottage, &c, in Stokenchurch to the use of Elizabeth Hunt for life 
then to the use of the said John and Sarah and their issue. 
Signatures of Elizabeth (x) Hunt, John Hunt. 
Witnesses : John Foord, Geo : Hunt. 



. . . Hunt of= 
Stokenchurch, 
co. Oxford ; 
died before 6 
February 170^. 



=Elizabeth, living 
6 February 170!-. 



John Hunt of Stoken- 
church, bricklayer. 



William Scoles= 
of Shirburn, co. 
Oxford ; died 
before 6 Feb- 
ruary i7o|-. 



I 

Sarah Scoles. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
6 February 170-!-. 



Hunt and Thomas. 

INDENTURE made 6 August 1707, between (1) William Hunt of 
■*■ Portsmouth, co. Hants, joiner, son and heir of William Hunt, late 
of Portsmouth, joiner, and Annazus his wife, also deceased, and 
(2) Edward Pink of Portsmouth, house carpenter, and Mary Thomas 
of Portsea, co. Hants, spinster. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Thomas, 
William Hunt grants unto Edward Pink a messuage, &c, in Hogmarket 
Street, in Portsmouth, to the use of the said William and Mary 
and their issue. 

Signatures of William Hunt, Edw d Pinck. 

Witnesses: Chas: Bissell, W. Mitchell. 

William Hunt of Portsmouth,=j=Annazus, died 
co. Hants, joiner; died before before 6 August 
6 August 1707. I 1707. 

William Hunt of Mary Thomas of Portsea, 
Portsmouth, joiner. co. Hants, spinster. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
6 August 1707. 



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Hunt and Tucker. 



TNDENTURE made 31 October 1664, between (1) Stephen Hunt 
A of Chislet, co. Kent, gent, and (2) Henry Streatfield of Chidding- 
stone, co. Kent, gent, and Robert Cobb of Reculver, co. Kent, gent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Martha Tucker, 
one of the daughters of John Tucker of Waltham, co. Kent, gent, and 
Anne his wife, Stephen Hunt grants unto Henry Streatfield and 
Robert Cobb land in Chislet, Reculver, Willesborough and Sevington, 
co. Kent, to the use of the said Stephen and Martha and their issue. 

Signatures of Henry Streatfield, Robert Cobb. 

Witnesses : John Tucker, Nicholas Sawkins, Edward Rose. 



John Tucker of=j=Anne, living 
Waltham, co. Kent; 31 October 
living 31 October 1664. 
1664. 

Stephen Hunt of=Martha Tuckex. 
Chislet, co. Kent, 
gent. » 

Marriage Settlements dated 
31 October 1664. 



" Stephen Hunt of Chislet, gent., bachelor, 23, and Martha 
Tucker of Waltham, virgin, whose father John Tucker of the 
same parish, gent., consents. At Waltham. Henry Harrison of 
Canterbury, tailor, bondsman. (? 29) October 1664. — Marriage 
Licence at Canterbury. 

" Nouember the first 1664. was Steuen hunt and Martha Tucker 
Spinster tnaryed." — Registers of Waltham, co. Kent. 



Hunter and Porter. 

INDENTURE made 1 September 1726, between (1) Joseph Porter 
of London, gent, eldest son and heir of Henry Porter, late of 
Birmingham, co. Warwick, mercer, and Sarah his wife, both deceased, 
(2) John Hunter of the City of Lichfield, clerk, and Lucy his wife, 
sister of the said Joseph Porter, and (3) Thomas Norton of Warwick, 
and Anthony Nicholson of the Inner Temple, gent. 

By certain marriage articles made 9 June 1726, between (1) John 
Hunter, (2) Joseph Porter, (3) Lucy Hunter, then Lucy Porter of 
London, spinster, and (4) Thomas Norton and Anthony Nicholson, 
Joseph Porter agreed to make a charge of ^600 on his lands as a 
marriage portion for the said Lucy Hunter. 

The marriage was solemnised 10 June last past, so Joseph Porter 
grants unto Thomas Norton and Anthony Nicholson houses, 6cc, in 

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Birmingham on mortgage for the sum of ^"630, to be paid before 
11 June 1727, to the use of the said John and Lucy Hunter and 
their heirs. 

Signatures of Joseph Porter, John Hunter, Lucy Hunter, Anth: 
Nicholson. 

Witnesses : Jn° Cripps, Keating King, Harriott Husband, Ambrose 
Humphreys. 



Henry Porter of Birmingham,=j=Sarah, died before 
co. Warwick, mercer; died 1 September 1726. 
before 1 September 1726. 



Joseph Porter of London, 
gent (eldest son) ; living 
1 September 1726. 



Lucy, marriage settle— Rev. John Hunter 
ments dated 9 June, of Lichfield; living 
marr. 10 June 1726. 1 September 1726. 



Iggelsden and Muddle. 

INDENTURE made 24 July 1704, between (1) Stephen Egglesden 
of Mayfield, co. Sussex, surgeon, and (2) Dann Grombridge of 
Tonbridge, co. Kent, and Lucy Muddle of Mayfield, spinster. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Lucy Muddle, 
Stephen Egglesden agrees to be seized of a messuage, &c, in Warding 
and Ashburnham, co. Sussex, to the use of the said Stephen and Lucy 
and their heirs. 

Signatures of Stephen Iggelsden, Lucy Muddle, Dan : Gromebridge. 
Witnesses: Richard Hemken, Will: Snashall, Frances Gromebridge. 



Jackson and Ambler. 

INDENTURE made 21 January 1 73^, between (1) Gresham Ambler 
of Spalding, co. Lincoln, spinster, youngest daughter of William 
Ambler, late of Spalding, esquire, deceased, (2) Maurice Johnson, the 
younger, of the Inner Temple, esquire, and Joshua Ambler of Spalding, 
esquire, and (3) John Jackson of Spalding, merchant. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with John Jackson, 
Gresham Ambler grants unto Maurice Johnson and Joshia Ambler land 



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in Satterton and Kirton, co. Lincoln, to the use of the said John and 
Gresham and their heirs. 

Signatures and seals of Gresham Ambler, Maur: Johnson, Jos: 
Ambler, John Jackson. 

Witnesses : Willm Stagg, W m Brand. 





William Ambler of Spalding,=f= 
co. Lincoln, esquire ; died before 
21 January 1 73^. 



John Jackson of==Gresham Ambler. 
Spalding, merchant. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
21 January 173^. 

John Jackson and Gresham Ambler were married 25 April 1732. 
Registers of Spalding, co. Lincoln. 



Jackson and Travis. 

INDENTURE made 20 July 1661, between (1) Ellen Trauis of 
L Gorton, co. Lancaster, widow, Thomas Jackson of Gorton, clerk, 
and Elizabeth his wife, and (2) Richard Twiford of Didsbury, co. 
Lancaster, gent, and Francis Wood of Gorton, yeoman. 

In consideration of the marriage of Thomas Jackson with Elizabeth, 
the daughter of Ellen Trauis, they, Thomas and Elizabeth Jackson and 
Ellen Trauis, agree to convey unto Richard Twiford and Francis Wood 
a messuage, &c, in Gorton to the use of Ellen Trauis for life, then to 
the use of Thomas and Elizabeth Jackson for life, then to their 



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grandsons Edward Jackson, John Jackson, Gerard Jackson in turn, 
also to raise portions for Ellen, Mary, Priscilla, and Elizabeth Jackson, 
daughters of the said Thomas and Elizabeth, and money for the 
education of the said Edward, John and Gerard, and their sisters 
Ellen, Priscilla, and Ann. 

Signatures of Richard Twyford, Francis Wood. 

Witnesses : Joseph Grauer, George Aspinall, the younger, Alice 
Wood. 

. . . Trauis, died=j=Ellen. 
before 20 July 
1661. 



Thomas Jackson of Gorton,=f=Elizabeth, living 



co. Lancaster, clerk ; living 
20 July 1661. 


20 July 1 66 1. 


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. . . Jackson.=j= Ellen, living Mary, living Priscilla, living Elizabeth, living 

2oJulyi66i. 2oJulyi66i. 20 July 166 1. 20 July 1661. 



Edward Jackson, John Jackson, Gerard Jackson, Ellen living Priscilla, living Ann, living 
living 20 July living 20 July living 20 July 2oJulyi66i. 20 July 1661. 20 July 
1661. i66t. 1661- 1661. 



Jacob and Chaffey. 

INDENTURE made 28 February 1737, between John Jacob of 
Marshwood, co. Dorset, yeoman, Richard Chaffey of Stoke-under- 
Hamdon, co. Somerset, yeoman, and Thomas Gawler of Stoke, gent. 

In consideration of his marriage with Mary, a sister of the said 
Richard Chaffey John Jacob, agrees that all sums of money in his 
possession and due to him shall be conveyed to Richard Chaffey and 
Thomas Gawler to the use of him and his wife and their issue. 

Signatures of John (x) Jacob, Mary Jacob, Richard Chaffey, 
Thomas Gawler. 

Witnesses : Hen : (?) Gawler, Thomas Axe, 



John Jacob of=Mary, marr. before Richard Chaffey of Stoke- 

Marshwood, co. 28 February 173^ under-Hamdon,co. Somerset, 

Dorset, yeoman, (date of marriage yeoman ; living 28 February 

settlements). 1 73r- 



Jarvis and Parker. 



INDENTURE made 10 October 1679, between (1) Edward Jarvis 
of Catesby, co. Northampton, gent, (2) Mary Parker of Catesby, 
spinster, and (3) Thomas Parker of London, citizen and linendraper. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Parker, 
Edward Jarvis agrees to assure to her lands of the annual value of ^50. 
Witnesses : Katherine Parkhurst, Anne Dodson, John Jecock. 
Endorsed : " I think Those be som marriage settlements be longing 
To muster Jarvice and his wife or some former morge deeds." 

TNDENTURE made 10 October, 31 Chas. II. (1679), between 
-L (1) Edward Jarvis of Catesby, co. Northampton, gent, (2) Mary 
Parker of Catesby, spinster, and (3) Thomas Parker, citizen and 
linendraper of London. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Edward Jarvis 
and Mary Parker, the said Edward and Mary grant their whole personal 
estate to Thomas Parker in trust for their use till Edward Jarvis shall 
make some sufficient settlement on Mary Parker. 

Witnesses : Katherine Parkhurst, Anne Dodson, Joan Peacock. 



TNDENTURE made 21 December 1671, between (1) Watkin Jeffreys 
J- of Llywell, co. Brecknock, gent, and Gwenllian his wife, and his son 
and heir apparent Edward Jeffreys of Llywell, gent, Evan ap Bowen of 
Llywell, gent, and Jane his wife, (2) Thomas Jeffreys of Llywell, gent, 
Morgan Jones of Llandilo-'r-Faen, co. Brecknock, gent, Thomas Lloyd 
of Llywell, gent, and Morgan Lloyd of Brecknock, and (3) David 
Lloyd of Llywell, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Edward Jeffreys 
and Sible Lloyd, only daughter of David Lloyd, Watkin Jeffreys, &c, 
grant unto Thomas Jeffreys, &c, lands, &c, in Llywell in part to the 
use of the said Edward and Sible and their issue and in part to the use 
of Watkin and Gwenllian Jeffreys for life, then to the use of Evan ap 
Bowen and Jane his wife for life, then to the use of the said Edward 
and Sible and their issue. 

Signatures of Thomas Jeffreys, Morgan Johnes, Thomas Lloyd, 
Morgan Lloyd. 



Edward Jarvis of Catesby, 
co. Northampton, gent. 



Mary Parker 
of Catesby. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
10 October 1679. 



Jeffreys and Lloyd. 



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Witnesses: Do: Jeffrys, Watkin Lloyd, Morgan William, Thomas 
William, Watkin John, Richard Prosser, Watkin Jenkin, taylor. 



Watkin Jeffreys of Llywell,=j=Gwenllian, living David Lloyd of= 



co. Brecknock, gent ; living 
21 December 1671. 



December Lly well, gent; living 
1671. 21 December 167 1. 



Edward Jeffreys Sible Lloyd (only 
of Llywell, gent. daughter). 

Marriage Settlements dated 
21 December 167 1. 



Jennings and Allcock. 

INDENTURE made 23 September 1796, between (1) Egerton 
Allcock of Bromley Park, in Abbots Bromley, co. Stafford, gent, 
and his daughter Ann Allcock, (2) John Jennings, the younger, of 
Birmingham, factor, and (3) Hugh Annerley of Haunton, in Clifton 
Campville, co. Stafford, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Jennings 
and Ann Allcock, Egerton Allcock agrees to pay John Jennings ^500 
and John Jennings agrees that within 12 months of his decease 
^500 shall be paid to Hugh Annerley for the use of the said Ann 
and their children. 

Signatures of Egerton Allcock, Ann Allcock, Jn° Jennings, Jun r , 
Hugh Annerly. 

Witnesses : Eliz : Annerly, Thos : Standage, Thos : Salt, Jun r , 
Chas: Allcock. 

Endorsed : Bond of John Jennings of Hunts Mill, co. Somerset, 
gent, and John Jennings, the younger, of Birmingham, to Hugh 
Annerly for £ 1,000 dated 23 September 1796 to perform covenant. 

Signatures of Jn° Jennings, Jn° Jennings, Jun r . 

Witnesses: Eliza th Parker, Susan Parker, Eliz: Annerly, Thos: Handy. 



John Jennings of Hunts^ 
Mill, co. Somerset, gent; 
living 23 September 1 796. 



Egerton Allcock of= 
Abbots Bromley, co. 
Stafford, gent. 



John Jennings of=Ann Allcock. 
Birmingham, factor. 



Other 
issue. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
23 September 1796. 

" Oct. 4, ijg6. Johfi Jetinings, S. Martin's, Birmingham, Ann 
Allcock, Bromly Park, in parish of Abbots Bromly, by licence. In 
presence of Egerto?i Allcock, Elizabeth Gregory, Charles Alcock. 
Married by Hugh Bailey, Vicar of Hanbury." — Registers of Abbots 
Bromley, co. Stafford. 

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Jenney and Northford. 



INDENTURES of Lease and Release made 20 and 21 February 
174I, between (1) Elizabeth Allen of the city of Lichfield, formerly 
Elizabeth Sandland, widow, and her daughter Mary Jenney of Lichfield, 
widow, (2) John Jenney of Lichfield, millwright, son of the said Mary 
Jenney and Elizabeth his wife, (3) Meredith Gee of Lichfield, barber 
and peruke maker. 

In consideration of the marriage of John and Mary Jenney, 
Elizabeth Allen and Mary Jenney grant unto Meredith Gee a messuage, 
&c, in Stowe Street, in Lichfield, to the use of Elizabeth Allen for life, 
then of Mary Jenney, then of John and Mary Jenney and their issue. 

Signatures to Lease, Elizabeth (x) Allen, Mary (x) Jenny, to 
Release, Elizabeth (x) Allen, Mary (x) Jenny, Meredith Gee. 
Witnesses : John Kennedy, Uppingham Bourne. 

DEED POLL dated 9 January 17 if, of Elizabeth Sandland of 
Lichfield, widow. I grant unto my daughter Mary Sandland, 
spinster, the messuage, &c, in Stowe Street, Lichfield, purchased of 
John Smith of Lichfield, blacksmith, and Elizabeth his wife, by 
indentures dated 23 August 17 12, to the use of the said Mary Sandland 
after my death. 

Signature of Elizabeth (x) Sandland. 



Sandland, =j=Elizabeth, living=. . . Allen, marr. after 



died before 23 
August 1 7 12. 
1 st husband. 



2 1 

i74f- 



February 9 January 17 if ; died 
before 20 February 
2nd husband. 



i74f- 



Mary, marr 
9 January 
living 21 February 
i74f- 



after=f=. . . Jenney, died 
before 20 February 
i74f- 



i7if , 



John Jenney=Elizabeth Northford, 
of Lichfield, marr. before 20 Feb- 
mill wright. ruary 174^, date of 
Marriage Settlements. 

"18 Nov: 1745. John Jenney and Elizabeth Northford." - 
Registers of St. Mary's, Lichfield, co. Stafford. 



Jesson and Edwards. 

INDENTURE made 7 December 1737, between (1) Mary Edwards 
of the Low, in Astbury, co. Chester, widow, (2) Pudsey Jesson of 
Langley, in Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, esquire, (3) Sir Thomas 
Greasley of Drakelow, co. Derby, baronet, and John Addyes of 
Moorland, in Sutton Coldfield, esquire, (4) Roe Port of Isleham, co. 



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Derby, esquire, and Alexander Jesson of Gray's Inn, gent, and 
(5) Bowyer Adderley of Hams Hall, in Lea Marston, co. Warwick, 
esquire, and Thomas Perks of Birmingham, gent. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with Pudsey Jesson, 
Mary Edwards grants unto Sir Thomas Greasley and John Addyes, 
her house, &c, of " the Low," at Congleton, in Astbury and lands in 
Leek, co. Stafford, to the use of the said Mary Edwards for life, then 
to her issue by the said Pudsey Jesson. 

Signatures of Mary Edwards, Pudsey Jesson, Alex: Jesson. 

Witnesses : Mary Malbon, Thomas Malbon, Bradley Keelinge. 




Jevon and Cowper. 

INDENTURE made 18 October 1712, between (1) Ann Jevon of 
Sedgeley, co. Stafford, widow, and her son Thomas Jevon of the 
same, gent, (2) Robert Cowper of Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, 
apothecary, and his daughter Elizabeth Cowper, and (3) John Saley of 
Wyrehall, co. Worcester, esquire, Walter Jennings of Church Eaton, co. 
Stafford, clerk, Richard Moore of Nether Seal, co. Derby, gent, John 
Ward of Henson, co. Derby, gent, Thomas Bradley of Tennhall, co. 
Stafford, gent, and Thomas James of Over Penn, co. Stafford, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Thomas Jevon 
and Elizabeth Cowper, Ann and Thomas Jevon grant unto John Seley 
and Walter Jennings the Mansion House called "The Hall," and lands 
in Sedgeley, King's Rowley and Netherton, co. Stafford, to the use of 
Ann Jevon for life, then to the use of the said Thomas and Elizabeth 
and their issue ; also Robert Cowper and Theodosia his wife promise to 
make to the said trustees a conveyance of land in Barton under 
Needwood to the use of the said Thomas and Elizabeth. 

Signatures of Ann Jevon, Tho: Jevon, Rob 1 Cowper, Eliz: Cowper. 
Witnesses : John Brome, John Yark, William Thorley. 



Jevon, died=j=Ann, living 18 Robert Cowper of Wolver-=pTheodosia, living 



before 18 October 
1712. 

f 



October 1712. hampton, apothecary ; living 
18 October 171 2. 



18 October 1712. 



Thomas Jevon of Elizabeth Cowper. 
Sedgeley, co. Stafford, 

gent. ' . ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
18 October 1712. 



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Joberns and Fisher. 



INDENTURE made 16 October 1730, between (1) John Joberns of 
the city of Lichfield, co. Stafford, baker, (2) Elizabeth Fisher of 
Lichfield, widow, and (3) Theophilus Low of the Cathedral Close, 
Lichfield, gent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Fisher, 
John Joberns agrees to settle ^500 for the use of the said Elizabeth, 
and, in case she die intestate, of her five children Thomas, Walter, James, 
Sarah and Mary Fisher, and also not to alienate, without her consent, 
a cottage in Bacon Street, Lichfield, which Elizabeth Fisher became 
possessed of by indenture made 30 November 1728, between (1) 
Elizabeth Lowe of the Cathedral Close, Lichfield, widow, and 
administratrix of Christopher Lowe, late of Lichfield, plumber, and her 
son Christopher Lowe of Westminster, gent, and (2) the said Elizabeth 
Fisher. 



John Joberns of Lichfield, Elizabeth.=j=. . . Fisher, 



co. Stafford, baker. ' , ' 


died before 


Marriage Settlements dated 


30 November 


16 October 1730. 


1728. 



Thomas Fisher, 
living 16 Oc- 
tober 1730. 



Walter Fisher, 
living 16 Oc- 
tober 1730. 



James Fisher, 
living 1 6 Oc- 
tober 1730. 



Sarah, living 
16 October 
i73°- 



Mary, living 
16 October 
1730. 



Johnson and Robinson. 

(See " Fragmenta Genealogical Vol. III., page jr.) 



Johnstone and Storer. 

INDENTURE made 7 February 1783, between (1) Thomas Gregory 
-L Johnstone of Portland, in Jamaica, esquire, now residing in 
Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, co. Middlesex, (2) Eliza Anna Maria 
Storer of Golden Square, Westminster, spinster, and (3) her father 
Thomas Storer of Golden Square, esquire, Matthew Lewis of Margaret 
Street, Westminster, co. Middlesex, esquire, Charles Bryan, the younger, 
of Portland, esquire. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Eliza Anna Maria 
Storer, Thomas Gregory Johnson grants unto Thomas Storer, &c, his 

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sugar plantations known as Anchovy Valley, in Portland, to the use of 
the said Thomas Gregory and Eliza Anna Maria and their issue. 

Signatures of Thomas Gregory Johnstone, Eliza A. M. Storer. 

Witnesses : Robert Cooper Lee, James Bowes. 

Thomas Storer of Golden= 
Square, Westminster, esquire; 
living 7 February 1783. 



I 

Thomas Gregory Johnstone Eliza Anna 
of Portland, Jamaica. Maria Storer. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
7 February 1783. 



Jones and Thomas. 

INDENTURE made 16 December 1708, between (1) John Jones, 
the elder, of Lloyn Rees, in Llanbardarn Odyn, co. Cardigan, gent, 
and his son and heir apparent Jenkins Jones of Llanthewy, co. 
Cardigan, gent, (2) John Jones, the younger, of Lloyn Rees, gent, 
and David Jenkins of Llanwenog, co. Cardigan, gent, and (3) David 
Thomas of Llanwenog, gent. 

In consideration of the marriage of Jenkin Jones with Mary his wife, 
a daughter of David Thomas, John and Jenkin Jones grant unto John 
Jones and David Jenkins lands, &c, in Llanthewy Brevy, Llangeitho, 
Llanbadarn Odwyn, co. Cardigan, to the use of Jenkin and Mary Jones 
and their issue. 

Signatures of John Jones, Jenkin Jones, John Jones, jun r , David 
Jenkin, David (x) Thomas. 

Witnesses : Morgan Pugh, Rees Thomas, Jenkin Edwards, Samuel 
Jones, Jen : Jenkins. 



John Jones of Lloyn=j= 
Rees, in Llanbardarn, 
Odwyn, co. Cardigan, 
gent ; living 1 6 De- 
cember 1708. 



David Thomas of= 
Llanwenog, co. 
Cardigan, gent ; 
living 16 December 
1708. 



Jenkin Jones of= 
Llanthewy, co. 
Cardigan, gent. 



=Mary, marr. before 16 
December 1708 ,(date 
of marriage settlements). 



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Jones and Watson. 

INDENTURE made i November 1737, between (1) Martin Watson 
of Wendlebury, co. Oxford, gent, and John Tims of Barford 
St. John's, co. Oxford, yeoman, (2) William Jones of Launton, co. 
Oxford, (3) John Jones of Launton, gent, son and heir apparent of 
William Jones and Mary Watson, daughter of Martin Watson, (4) her 
brother John Watson of Barford St. John's, and (5) Thomas Trafford of 
Wendlebury, yeoman, and Richard Madge of Chilton, co. Bucks, 
yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Jones and 
Mary Watson, William and John Jones have surrendered their copyhold 
in Launton, formerly the property of John Jones, father of William, to 
the use of the said John and Mary and their issue ; and also Martin 
Watson and John Tims grant unto Thomas Trafford and Richard 
Madge a messuage, &c, in Wendlebury to the use of the said John and 
Mary, subject to an annuity of ^30 to Martin Watson and Maria 
his wife. 

Signatures of Mar: Watson, Mary Watson, John Tims, John Watson, 
William Jones, Tho: Trafford, John Jones, Richard Madge. 

Witnesses : Mary Box, George Coles, William Freeman, Adr : Butler, 
Ann Bayley, Thomas Gibbs. 



John Jones, died= 
before 1 November 
*737- 



William Jones of= 
Launton, co. Oxford, 
gent ; living 1 No- 
vember 1737. 



Martin Watson of= 
Wendlebury, co. 
Oxford, gent; living 
1 November 1737. 



=Maria, living 
1 November 
!737- 



John Jones. Mary Watson. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
1 November 1737. 



John Watson of 
Barford St. John's, 
co. Oxford ; living 
1 November 1737. 



Joyner and Clarke. 

INDENTURE made 10 October 1728, between (1) John Joyner of 
Barking, co. Essex, biscuit baker, and Martha his wife and Thomas 
Joyner of Barking, malster, their son, (2) Thomas Clark of Hornchurch, 
co. Essex, gent, and Elizabeth Clark, one of his daughters, and (3) 
Christopher Bayley of Romford, co. Essex, mercer, and Thomas Wright 
of Hornchurch, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Thomas Joyner 
and Elizabeth Clark, John Joyner grants to Christopher Bayley and 



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Thomas Wright, houses, &c, in Barking for the use of the said Thomas 
and Elizabeth and their heirs. Thomas Clark grants to the same land 
in Lam bourn, co. Essex. 

Signatures of John Joyner, Thos: Joyner, Martha Joiner (mark), 
Tho: Clarke, Eliz: Clarke, Chris: Bayley, Thos: Wright. 

Witnesses: Jere: Bentham, Hugh Jones, Robt: Franklin. 

John Joyner of Barking, =j=Martha, living Thomas Clark of=j= 
co. Essex, biscuit baker; 10 October Hornchurch, co. 
living 10 October 1728. 1728. Essex, gent. 



Thomas Joyner and Elizabeth Clark were married 24 October 
IJ28. — Registers of Hornchurch, co. Essex. 



INDENTURE made 20 July 1697, between (1) Edward Moulden of 
Witney, co. Oxford, ironmonger, and Anne his wife, (2) John 
Justice of Abingdon, co. Berks, ironmonger, and Ann Moulden, a 
daughter of Edward Moulden, and (3) John Moulden of Wantage, co. 
Berks, ironmonger, and Thomas Justice of Appleford, co. Berks, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Justice and 
Ann Moulden, Edward Moulden grants unto John Moulden and 
Thomas Justice land in Ducklington and Bampton, co. Oxford, to the 
use of the said John and Ann and their heirs. 

Signatures of Edward Moulden, Ann Moulden, John Justice, 
Tho: Justice. 

Witnesses: Will: Wright, John Moulden, Steph: Bishop, William 
Lewis, E . . . Mundy. 

Endorsed : " these Writeinges ar and wos my wifes Joynter Must 
nott be parted from dureinge my Ballars (?) Life and after her Decease 
tacke a Discharge for them." 



Thomas Joyner of=Elizabeth Clark. 
Barking, maltster. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
10 October 1728. 



Justice and Moulden. 



Edward Moulden of Witney,=j=Ann, living 
co. Oxford, ironmonger; 20 July 1697. 
living 20 July 1697. 



John Justice of Abingdon, 



Ann Moulden. Other 




issue. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
20 July 1697. 



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Kearney and Brydges. 



INDENTURE made 8 January 1778, between (1) Henry John 
Kearney of Portman Street, Marylebone, co. Middlesex, esquire, 
(2) the Lady Augusta Anne Brydges, only daughter of Henry, Duke of 
Chandos, deceased, by Ann his second wife, and (3) James, Duke 
of Chandos, James Brydges of Wimpole Street, Marylebone, esquire, 
Robert Thistlethwayte of Norman Court, co. Hants, esquire. 

James, late Duke of Chandos, grandfather of the said James, 
Duke of Chandos, by will dated 14 April 1742, charged his estates 
in Somerset with the sum ^15,000 as a portion for any daughter of 
his son Henry, then Marquis of Carnarvon, by any future wife, and as 
Lady Augusta, the only daughter of the said Henry, by his wife Anne, 
married after 14 April 1742, is 21 years of age, she is entitled to the 
said ,£15,000. 

In consideration of a marriage intended to be solemnised between 
Henry John Kearney and the said Lady Augusta, Lady Augusta has 
assigned to James, Duke of Chandos, James Brydges and Robert 
Thistlethwayte the said ;£i 5,000 in trust as regards £12,000 for the 
use of Henry John Kearney, herself and their issue, and as regards 
£3,000 for the sole use and benefit of the said Lady Augusta. 

Signatures of H^ Jn° Kearney, Augusta Anne Brydges, Chandos, 
James Brydges, Robert Thistlethwayte. 

Seals: Brydges (2), Chandos, Thistlethwayte. 

Witnesses: Caroline Leigh, Annabella Kearney, J. Penton, 
W m Hillman, John Hyatt, Stephen Dibben, Alexander Thistlethwayte. 



Henry John Kearney and Lady Augusta An?ie Brydges were 
married 20 January 177S. — Collins' Peerage, 1779, Vol. I., page 140. 






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Keat and Darell. 

INDENTURE made 16 December 1646, between (1) Francis Keat 
of East Lockinge, co. Berks, esquire, (2) Sir John Darell of Barton 
Court, in Kintbury, co. Berks, baronet, Edward Keat of East Lockinge, 
gent, son and heir apparent of Francis Keat and Cicely Darell, 
daughter of Sir John Darell, and (3) Thomas Hussey of Laverstocke, 
co. Hants, esquire, and Alexander Staples of the Middle Temple, 
esquire. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Edward Keat 
and Cicely Darell, Francis Keat agrees to acknowledge a fine unto 
Thomas Hussey and Alexander Staples upon his manor of East 
Lockinge to the use of the said Edward and Cicely and their issue, 
with reversion to Francis Keat, youngest son of the said Francis, free of 
all encumbrances from himself and his late father, Edward Keat, gent. 

Signatures of John Darell, Edward Keat, Cicely Darell, Tho : 
Hussey, Alex r Staples. 

Witnesses : Alex r Staples, Jun r , Thomas Staples, John Coxe. 



Edward Keat of East= 
Lockinge, co. Berks, 
gent ; died before 
16 December 1646. 



Francis Keat of East= 



1646. 



Sir John Darell of Barton= 



ge, esquire ; 


Court, co. Berks, baronet; 


16 December 


living 16 December 1646. 



2 I a I I 
Francis Keat, living Edward Keat of East=Cicely Darell. 
16 December 1646. Lockinge, gent. « , > 

Marriage Settlements dated 
16 December 1646. 



"M r Edward Keate and M* Cesly Darall was married the iQ th 
of January Ano Domine 1647 ."—Registers °f Kintbury, co. Berks. 



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Keate and Hungerford. 

INDENTURE made 26 February i6if, between (1) Edward Keate 
-*- of East Locking, co. Berks, esquire, and (2) John Hungerford of 
Cadnam, co. Wilts, esquire, and Edward Clarke of Ardington, co. 
Berks, esquire. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Francis Keate of 
the Middle Temple, London, esquire, his third and youngest son, and 
Frances Hungerford, eldest daughter of John Hungerford, Edward 
Keate grants unto John Hungerford and Edward Clarke " Pinck 
marshe" and "Sheep howsee Lease" in East Locking and manor of 
" East Locking," &c, to the use of Johanne Keate, wife of the said 
Edward Keate, after his death, and of the said Francis and Frances 
and their heirs and in default to use of Edward Keate, eldest son, and 
then of William Keate, second son of the said Edward Keate, and in 
default to heirs male of Ralph Keate, gent, deceased, elder brother of 
the said Edward. 

Signature of Edward Keate. 

Witnesses : William Rete, John Norborn, William Anger, 
Humphrey Hawkins, Rich : Wirdna, Thomas Stratton. 

Endorsed with memorandum of possession witnessed by Edward 
(x) Keate, the younger, William Keate, Richard Hamond, Robt : Payne, 
in addition to above. 



Ralph Keate, Edward Keate of East=j=Joan, living 



died before Locking, co. Berks, 
26 February esquire; living 26 Feb- 
i6iy. ruary 1617. 



26 February 
i6if 



John Hungerford of= 
Cadnam, in Bremhill, 
co. Wilts, esquire; living 
26 February i6i£. 



Edward Keate, living William Keate, living Francis Keate of the=Frances Hungerford, 
26 February i6if. 26 February i6if. Middle Temple, esquire, eldest daughter. 

' , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
26 February i6i£. 

16 16. "Francis Keate, Esq. and Frances Hungerford were 
married the 2 nd day of March." — Registers of Brem/ii//, co. Berks. 



Kendrick and Priest. 

INDENTURE made 6 May 1704, between (1) Gawen Priest of 
Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, gent, and (2) John Orton of Wishaw, 
co. Warwick, yeoman, and John Kendrick the elder, of Sutton 
Coldfield, yeoman. 

In consideration of the marriage of John Kendrick (son of the said 
John Kendrick) with his daughter Margaret, Cawen Priest grants unto 
John Orton and John Kendrick land, &c, at Hill Quarter, in Sutton 
Coldfield, to the use of the said John and Margaret and their issue, 



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unless his son and heir apparent, John Priest, pay £160 within 
1 1 years to redeem the said lands. 
Signature of Gawen Preist. 

Witnesses: Will: Wilson, Will: Saunders, Sam: Leigh, Sam 11 
Leigh, jun r . 

Endorsed with receipt dated 14 May 17 12, signed by John 
Kendrick of Hints, of £160 paid by Gawen Priest with the approbation 
of John Kendrick, the elder, and John Orton, in discharge of the 
marriage portion of Margaret Kendrick. 



John Kendrick of= 
Sutton Coldfield, co. 
Warwick, yeoman ; 
living 14 May 1712. 



Gawen Priest of= 
Sutton Coldfield, 
gent ; living 1 4 
May 1 712. 



John Kendrick of=Margaret, marr. before 
Hints, co. Stafford; 6 May 1704 (date 
living 14 May of marriage settle- 
17 12. ments); living 14 May 

1712. 



John Priest, son 
and heir apparent ; 
living 6 May 1704. 



Kenfeild and [ ]. 

INDENTURE made 6 June 1693, between (1) William Kenfeild of 
J- Stapenhill, co. Derby, yeoman, and Mary his wife, and (2) Edward 
Holland of Coldwell, co. Derby, gent, and William Holland of Barton- 
under-Needwood, co. Stafford, yeoman. 

In consideration of his marriage with his wife Mary, William 
Kenfield grants unto Edward and William Holland tenements, &c, in 
New Street, Burton-upon-Trent, and in Tutbury, both co. Stafford, to 
the use of the said John and Mary and their heirs. 

Signature of William Kemphfeld. 

Witnesses : Anne Woodcock, Thomas Holland, Jo : Barker. 



Kerr and Dod. 

INDENTURE made 5 February 169^, between (1) Katherine Dod 
A of St. James', Westminster, spinster, (2) her sister Mary Dod, 
spinster, (3) William Kerr of Lothian, in Scotland, esquire, and 
(4) Hon ble David Mitchell, esquire, Robert Lee of Binfield, co. Berks, 
esquire, William Lee of St. James', esquire, Constantine Phipps of the 



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Middle Temple, esquire, and Robert Taylor of East Barnet, co. 
Middlesex, clerk. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between William Kerr 
and Katherine Dod, Katherine and Mary Dod grant unto the Hon ble 
David Mitchell and Constantine Phipps the manor of Clorley, alias 
Cloverly, co. Salop, which descended to them on the death of their 
brother John Dod without issue, to the use of the said William and 
Catherine and their heirs as regards one moiety and the other to the 
use of Mary Dod. 

Signatures of Katherine Dod, Mary Dod, Will: Kerr, Robt: Lee, 
William Lee, Con .... 

Witnesses: Edw: Benet, Sam: Wright, Ka: Mayn waring, G. Mayn- 
waring, Simon Cayley. 



Endorsed : Inter David Mitchell als Cook Ar Quer Dnam 



Mariam Mitchell Vid et Relict David Mitchell mil. defunct. 



This deed was Shewn to Samuel Wright, Gent, at the time of his 
Examination taken before me on the part of the Comp 1 . Edw : Ward. 



William Kerr Katherine Dod of 

of Lothian, St. James', Westminster 

in Scotland, (see page 160.) 
esquire. «■ 

Marriage Settlements dated 
5 February 169-. 



INDENTURE made 31 July 1799, between (1) Richard King of 
Bicester, co. Oxford, gent, (2) Ann Allen of Bicester, widow, and 
(3) Thomas Davis of Bicester, surgeon, and Henry Walford of Bicester, 
gent. 

In consideration of their intended marriage Richard King and 
Ann Allen agree with Thomas Davis and Henry Walford that ^500 
shall be invested for the use of Richard King for life, the principal to 
remain at the disposition of Ann Miller. 

Signatures of Richard King, Ann Allen, Thomas Davis, Henry 



Witnesses : Elizabeth Tredwell, Edw : Crook. 

Richard King and Ann Allen were married by licence 18 August 
1799. — Registers of Bicester, co. Oxford. 



& al Def tes . 




King and Allen. 



Walford. 



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King and Goodman. 



INDENTURE made 15 May 18 Jas. I. [1620], between (1) John 
A King of Yalding, co. Kent, gent and (2) John Porter of Lamber- 
hurst, co. Kent, gent, and Edward Goodman of Wivelsfield (?), co. 
Sussex, gent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Goodman, 
daughter of Thomas Goodman of Wilsfield, co. Sussex, gent, John King 
grants unto John Porter and Edward Goodman messuage, &c, 
"Rugmer Hill," in Yalding and Hunton, co. Kent, to the use of the 
said John and Mary and their issue. 

Signature of John Kinge. 

Witnesses : Thomas Kynge, Thomas Welles, Henry (x) Frances. 

Thomas Goodman of Wivelsfield (?),=f= 
co. Sussex, gent ; living 1 5 May 
1620. 



John King of Yalding, Mary Goodman, 
co. Kent, gent. ». 

Marriage Settlements dated 
15 May 1620. 



King and Ward. 

INDENTURE made 2 March i66|, between (1) Margaret Mayhewe 
of Snailwell, co. Cambridge, widow of Thomas Mayhewe, and her 
eldest son John Mayhewe of Ickworth, co. Suffolk, yeoman, and 
(2) Thomas King of Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, saddler. 

In consideration of the marriage lately solemnized between Thomas 
King and Elizabeth Ward, widow, daughter of the said Margaret 
Mayhewe, Margaret and John Mayhewe grant unto Thomas King land, 
&c, in Fornham All Saints, co. Suffolk. 

Signature of Margaret (x) Mayhew, John Mayhew. 

Witnesses: Richard Phillipps, Henry Langly, Edw: Oxborough. 

John Wymarke.=j=Margaret. 



I 

Thomas Mayhewe, died=j=Margaret of Snailwell, 
before 2 March i66#. co. Cambridge, widow; 

living 2 March i66f. 



. . Ward.=Elizabeth, living=Thomas King of Bury St. Edmunds, John Mayhewe of 

st husband. 2 March i66|. co. Suffolk, saddler; marr. before Ickworth, co. Suffolk, 

2 March i66f (date of marriage yeoman (eldest son) ; 

settlements). 2nd husband. living 2 March i66f. 

1668. "Feb. 14. Thomas Kinge &> Elizabeth Warde." — 
Registers of Ickworth, co. Suffolk. 

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Kingwill and Burnard. 



TNDENTURE made 23 September 1797, between (1) Martha 
-L Burnard of Martock, co. Somerset, spinster, (2) George Kingwill 

of Stoke under Hamden, co. Somerset, carpenter, (3) Peter Horsey 

of Lopen, miller, and William Gifford of South Petherton, co. 

Somerset, yeoman, and (4) Ann Burnard of Martock, sister of 

Martha Burnard. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with George Kingwill, 
Martha Burnard grants unto Peter Horsey and William Gifford her 
moiety of "Lovers gate" and "Goldings" in Martock to the separate 
use of herself for life, then to the use of Ann Burnard and such persons 
as she may nominate by will or deed, and for want ot such nomination 
to the use of the children of their sister Elizabeth Hopkinson ; and also 
-£40 secured by a mortgage made 9 May 1775, between (1) John 
Friend of Allington, co. Dorset, twine spinner, and (2) Martha and 
Anne Burnard. 

Signatures of Martha Burnard, George Kingwill, Ann Burnard. 
Witness : Richard Edwards. 



George Kingwill of 
Stoke under Ham- 
den, co. Somerset, 
carpenter. 



Martha Ann Burnard, =j=Elizabeth, living 



Burnard. living 23 Sep- Hopkinson. 
tember 1797. 



A 



23 September 
1797. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
23 September 1797. 



Lamotte and Grimshaw. 

(See " Fragmenta Genealogica" Vol. II, page 55). 



Lancepray and Greene. 

INDENTURE made 17 December 1666, between (1) Anthony 
Lancepray of Spratton, co. Northampton, yeoman, (2) Edward 
Greene of Spratton, butcher, and Thomas Lancepray of Spratton, 
yeoman. 

In consideration of his marriage with Mary, daughter of William 
Greene of Spratton, butcher, Anthony Lancepray grants unto Edward 
Greene and Thomas Lancepray land, &c, in Spratton, bought by his 



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father, Anthony Lancepray of Spratton, of John Mattocke of Allesley, 
co. Warwick, and Judith his wife, by indenture dated 28 October 1659, 
to the use of the said Anthony and Mary and their heirs. 
Signature of Anthony (x) Lancepray. 

Witnesses : Richard Woodford, Roger Bolterill, John Bolterill. 



Anthony Lancepray of=j= 
Spratton, co. Northampton, 
yeoman; living 28 October 
1659. 



William Greene of= 
Spratton, butcher ; 
living 17 December 
1666 



Anthony Lancepray of Spratton, =Mary, marr. before 
yeoman; living 17 December 17 December 1666. 
1666. 



Lane and Blackwell. 

INDENTURE made 14 December 1692, between (1) Ralph Lane, 
merchant, Citizen and Ironmonger of London, (2) Elizabeth 
Blackwell of London, spinster, daughter of Ann Blackwell, late of 
Bristol, widow, deceased, (3) Francis Lane of Glendon, co. North- 
ampton, esquire, Robert Lane of London, gent, John Dew of London, 
merchant, Charles Perkins of London, gent, and (4) Francis More 
of London, gent, Richard Waller of London, gent, Thomas Edwards 
of Bristol, gent, executors in trust of the will of Ann Blackwell, and 
Jonathan Blackwell, son of the said Ann Blackwell, who has lately 
attained the age of 2 1 . 

By indenture made 13 December 1692, between (1) Edmond 
Bowyer of Beere, co. Somerset, esquire, son and heir of Edmond 
Bowyer, late of Spettisbury, co. Dorset, esquire, deceased, (2) Francis 
More, &c, (3) Jonathan and Elizabeth Blackwell, and (4) Francis 
Lane, &c. Francis Lane, &c, stand possessed of the 6th part of the 
manor of West Luccomb, co. Somerset, and other lands and manors in 
Somerset and Dorset as security for the sum of ^5,500 to which 
Elizabeth Blackwell is entitled. Now in consideration of his intended 
marriage with Elizabeth Blackwell, Ralph Lane agrees that ^11,000 
shall remain in the hands of Francis Lane, &c, as trustees for the 



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purchase of land within 80 miles of London to the use of the said 
Ralph and Elizabeth and their heirs. 

Signatures of Ra: Lane, Jona: Blackwell, Ric: Waller, Tho: 
Edwards. 

Witnesses: Alex: Pitfeild, Tho: Edwards, jun., Tho: Lane. 



.... Blackwell,= 
died before 14 
December 1692. 



=Ann, of Bristol ; 
died before 14 
December 1692. 



Ralph Lane, merchant,=Elizabeth Jonathan Blackwell, 
Citizen and Ironmonger Blackwell. aged 21, 14 De- 
of London. > cember 1692. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
14 December 1692. 



'''■Ralph Lane of S ( Martin's Outwich, London, Merchant, 
Bachellor, ab l 30 6° M rs Elizabeth Blackwell of S* Hellens, London, 
Spinster, ah* 18 with consent of her guardians M r Francis Moore, 
M r Rich d Waller cV M r Tho 5 Edwards, as attested by her brother 
Jonathan Blackwell ; at S e Hellens afore^." — Marriage Licence ( Vicar- 
General) dated 13 December 1692. 

"1692 Jan. 3. M r Ralph Lane, merchant, in the parish of 
S* Martens Outwich, and M rs Elizabeth Blackwell in the parish 
of S* Hellen's, London." — Register of S e Helen's, Bishopgate, London. 



Langley and Onely. 

INDENTURE made 11 April 1757, between (1) Joseph Langley of 
Clipston, co. Northampton, carpenter, and Jane his wife and John 
Langley, son and heir apparent of said Joseph, (2) Sarah Onely of 
Clipston, spinster, and (3) Richard Onely of Clipston, clerk, and John 
Langley, the elder, of Clipston, ropemaker. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Langley 
and Sarah Onely, Joseph Langley grants to said Richard Onely and 



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John Langley, the elder, lands, &c, in Clipston and Rothwell, co. 
Northampton, to the use of the said John Langley and Sarah Onely 
and their heirs. 

Signatures of Joseph Langley, John Langley, Sarah Onely, Rieh d 
Onely, John Langey. 

Witnesses : Eleanor Onely, Edw d Reynolds; 

Joseph Langley of Clipston,=j=Jane, living 



co. Northampton, carpenter; 
living n April 1757. 



1 1 April 
1757- 



John Langley, son=Sarah Onely of 
and heir apparent. Clipston, spinster. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
11 April 1757. 

"John Langley 6^ Sarah Onley both of this Parish were married 
in this Church by banns this fifteenth day of April in the year One 
thousand seven hundred and fifty seven, by me Henry Pepperell, 
Curate. 

This marriage was solemnized between us { J°^ n langley i 

\ Sarah Unely. 

T ,1 , s f Tohn Hylok. 

In the presence of y Mark * Mott „ 

Registers of Clipston, co. Northampton. 



Larken and Osborne. 

A RTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 8 July 1728, between 
(1) Joseph Larken of Pinkeridge, in Braughing, co. Hertford, 
draper and grocer, and Susan his wife, one of the daughters of 
John Osborne, late of Albury, co. Hertford, yeoman, deceased, and 
(2) Anne Osborne of Albury, widow, and John Hamond of Arksden, 
co. Essex, gent. 

In consideration of his marriage with the said Susan, Joseph Larken 
assigns unto Anne Osborne and John Hamond jQ\oo, the marriage 
portion of the said Susan, to the use of his wife Susan for life, then 
to their issue. 

Witnesses : W m Powell, Tho : Floyer, Tho : Osborne, Catherine 
Osborne. 

John Osborne of Albury,=f=Anne, living 



co. Hertford, yeoman ; died 
before 8 July 1728. 



8 July 1728. 



Joseph Larken of Braughing,=Susan, marr. before 8 July Other 
co. Hertford, draper and 1728 (date of marriage issue, 
grocer. settlements). 



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Latham and Morris. 

TNDENTURE made 20 February 1784, between (1) Robert Green 
-L of Wigan, co. Lancaster, brazier and founder, Alderman of Wigan, 
(2) Elizabeth Morris, widow and relict of Joseph Morris, late of 
Upholland, co. Lancaster, chapman, and daughter of Robert Green, 
and (3) Peter Latham of Wigan, yeoman. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with Peter Latham, 
Elizabeth Morris assigns to Robert Green all her rights in the estate 
of her late husband Joseph Morris, and makes him her attorney for 
the same. 

Signatures of Robert Green, Betty Morris, P r Latham. 
Witnesses : Robert Bolton, Ann Morris. 



Robert Green of Wigan, co.=j= 
Lancaster, brazier, Alderman of 
Wigan ; living 20 February 1 784. 



Joseph Morris of Upholland, co.=Elizabeth.=Peter Latham of 
Lancaster, chapman ; died before Wigan, yeoman. 

20 February 1784. 1st husband. 2nd husband. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
20 February 1784. 

"Peter Latham 6° Elizabeth Morris both of this Town were married 
in this Church by Lycence this twenty first Day of February in the Year 
One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty four by me John Fowel. 

This Marriage was solemnized between us ^ ^g^^Mwris 

r .7 . r f Tho: G. Holmes. 

In the presence of | ^ . „ 

Registers of All Saints', Wigan, co. Lancaster. 



Lawrence and [ ]. 

DEED POLL dated 29 March 1625, of James Lawrence of 
Hereford, gent. 

In consideration of my marriage with Armella, my now wife, 
I grant to James Lane of Hereford, esquire, land in Holmer, co. 
Hereford, to the use of myself and Armella for life, then to the use 
of my right heirs. 

Signature of James Lawrence. 

Witnesses: Tho: Duppa, Roger Meredith, Richard Lane," Luke 
Hulett. 



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Lawrence and Stanger. 



"INDENTURE made 19 September 1733, between (1) Augustine 
A Lawrence of Empingham, co. Rutland, gent, (2) John Stanger of 
Ketton, co. Rutland, yeoman, and Samuel Stanger of Ketton, baker, 
and (3) Elizabeth Stanger of Ketton, spinster, daughter of the said 
John Stanger. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Stanger, 
Augustine Lawrence grants unto John and Samuel Stanger land in 
Glaston, co. Rutland, to the use of the said Augustine and Elizabeth 
and their heirs. 

Signatures of Austen Lawrence, John Stangar, Samuel Stangar. 
Witnesses : Tho : Ridlington, Rob' Ridlington. 



John Stanger of Ketton,= 
co. Rutland, yeoman ; 
living 19 September 
1733- 



Augustine Lawrence of Elizabeth 
Empingham, co. Rutland, Stanger. 
gent. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
19 September 1733. 



Lea and Burbidge. 




EED POLL made 17 April 1648, of Thomas Lea of Sulgrave, co. 
Northampton, weaver. 



In consideration of his marriage with Elizabeth, daughter of 
Walter Burbidge of Sulgrave, blacksmith, Thomas Lea grants 
unto Walter Burbidge and Thomas Whitton of Sulgrave, yeoman, his 
land in Sulgrave to the use of the said Thomas and Elizabeth and 
their issue. 

Witnesses : John Adams, William Cooke. 



Walter Burbidge of Sulgrave,=j= 
co. Northampton, black- 
smith ; living 17 April 1648. 



Thomas Lea=Elizabeth, marr. before 
of Sulgrave, 17 April 1648 (date of 
weaver. marriage settlements). 



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Leach and Burton. 



TNDENTURE made 15 April 1758, between (1) Robert Leach of 
-L Odcombe, co. Somerset, gent, (2) his son Robert Leach of 
Odcombe, clerk, (3) Walter Burton of Sutton Montis, co. Somerset, 
clerk, and his daughter Eleanor Burton, and (4) Thomas Thorne of 
Sherborne, co. Dorset, Upholsterer, and Robert Chaffey of 
Stoke-under-Hamden, co. Somerset, gent. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of Robert Leach, the 
younger, and Eleanor Burton, Robert Leach grants unto Thomas 
Thorne and Robert Chaffey land, &c, in Odcombe and West Coker, 
co. Somerset, to the use of the said Robert and Eleanor and their heirs. 

Signatures of Robert Leach, Robert Leach, Jun r , Walter Burton, 
Eleanor Burton, Thos: Thorne, Rob 1 Chaffey. 



Robert Leach of^= 
Odcombe, co. 
Somerset, gent ; 
living 1 5 April 
1758- ^ 



Robert Leach of 
Odcombe, clerk. 



Walter Burton of= 
Sutton Montis, co. 
Somerset, clerk ; 
living 1 5 April 1 7 58. 



Eleanor Burton. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
15 April 1758. 



Leeveinge and Freeman. 

TNDENTURE made 25 September 30 Chas: II. (1678), between 
J- (1) Henry Leeveinge of Radway, co. Warwick, yeoman, (2) Henry 
Dod of Fenny Compton, co. Warwick, yeoman, and Thomas Gibbs of 
Northend, in Great Dorssett, co. Warwick, yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Henry Leeveinge 
and Elizabeth Freeman, daughter of Frances Freeman of Northend, 
widow, Henry Leeveinge grants to Henry Dodd and Thomas Gibbs 
house, lands, &c, in Radway for the use of said Henry Leeveinge and 
Elizabeth Freeman and their issue. 

Signature of Henry Leeveinge (mark). 

Witnesses : Thomas Weauer, Simon Enock, Robt : Gill. 

. . . Freeman, died=j=Frances, living at Northend, co. 
before 25 September Warwick, 25 September 1678. 
1678. I 

Henry Leeveinge of Elizabeth 
Radway, co. Warwick, Freeman. 

yeoman. s , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
25 September 1678. 



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Lethbridge and Coombe. 

INDENTURE made 15 December 1743, between (1) James 
Lethbridge, the younger, of Sampford Courtenay, co. Devon, 
yeoman, and (2) Frances Coombe of Lamerton, co. Devon, widow. 

By indentures made 13 and 14 June 1739, between (1) James 
Lethbridge, the elder, of Sampford Courtenay, (2) Joan his wife 
(3) James Lethbridge (4) Thomas Powlesland of Sampford Courtenay, 
yeoman, and his daughter Susannah Powlesland, and (5) William 
Oxenham of Arscott, in South Tawton, co. Devon, yeoman, and John 
Powlesland of Sampford Courtenay (both since deceased) made 
previous to the marriage of James Lethbridge and Susannah Powlesland, 
the messuage of " East Weleigh," in Sampford Courtenay, was granted 
to William Oxenham and John Powlesland to the use of the said 
James and Susannah, subject to a life annuity to his father and mother, 
James and Joan Lethbridge, with reversion to Richard, John and 
Thomas Lethbridge. So now the said Susannah, having died without 
issue, James Lethbridge, in consideration of his intended marriage with 
Frances Coombe, revokes the former trusts and declares the said 
messuage to be settled on himself and the said Frances and their issue. 
Signatures of James Lethbridge, Jun., Frances Coombe. 
Witnesses: Jo: Radford, Geo: Gubbins. 



James Lethbridge of=^=Joan, living 



Sampford Courtenay, co. 
Devon, yeoman ; living 
15 December 1743. 



15 December 
1743- 



Richard Lethbridge, living 
15 December 1743. 



3 — 1 
John Lethbridge, 
15 December 1743. 



living 



Thomas Lethbridge, living 
15 December 1743. 



. . . Coombe,=Frances, of 
died before Lamerton, 
15 December co. Devon. 
1743. 1st 
husband. 



Thomas Powlesland of= 
Sampford Courtenay, 
yeoman ; living 14 
June 1739. 



James Leth-=Susannah, marriage 
bridge, of Samp- settlements dated 
ford Courtenay, 14 June 1739; died 
yeoman. s.p. 1st wife. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
15 December 1743. 



Levett and Rickards. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 27 January 172 J, between 
(1) Elizabeth Rickards of Nottingham, spinster, (2) Elton Levett 
of Nottingham, gent, and (3) Joseph Clay of Nottingham, gent, and 
Theophilus Levett of Lichfield, gent. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with Elton Levett, 
Elizabeth Rickards agrees that one half of a legacy of ^1000, to 



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which she is entitled under the will of her brother Benjamin Rickards, 
gent, deceased, shall be for the use of the said Elton Levett, and 
the other half shall be at the disposal of the said Elizabeth, 
notwithstanding her marriage. 

Signatures of Elizabeth Rickards, Elton Levett, Joseph Clay. 

Witnesses : Julia Egginton, W m Thompson. 



Elton Levett of 
Nottingham, gent. 



Elizabeth 
Rickards. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
27 January 172^. 



Benjamin Rickards of 
Nottingham, gent; died 
before 2 7 January 1 7 2%. 



Lewis and Rees. 

INDENTURE made 7 April 1680, between (1) Edward Lewis of 
-L Conwyl-Cayo, co. Carmarthen, gent, and Ann his wife, a daughter 
and coheir of David Rees, late of Llanwrda, co. Carmarthen, gent, 
deceased, and (2) David Lewis of Conwyl-Cayo, gent, and James 
David of Llanwrda, gent. 

In consideration of indentures made 15 June 1677, between 
(1) Edward Lewis, (2) William David of Cilycwm, co. Carmarthen, 
gent, and David Lewis of Conwyl-Cayo, gent, by which Edward Lewis, 
previous to his marriage, conveyed his estate in Conwyl-Cayo to the 
use of the said Anne and her issue, Edward and Ann Lewis agree 
to levy a fine upon certain lands in Llanwrda upon the death of 
Rees ap Owen, who married Catherine, a daughter of the said David 
Rees to the use of the said Edward and Ann and their issue. 



David Rees of Llanwrda, =j= 
co. Carmarthen, gent ; 
died before 7 April 1680. 



Edward Lewis of=Ann, marriage settle- Rees ap Owen,=Catherine. 

Conwyl-Cayo, co. ments dated 1 5 June living 7 April 

Carmarthen, gent; 1677; living 7 April 1680. 
living 7 April 1680. 1680. 



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Lilley and Trigg. 



INDENTURE made 21 September 1735, between (1) William Lilley 
* of St. John's, in Bedwardine, co. Worcester, ironmonger, (2) Mary 
Trigg of Laysters, co. Hereford, spinster, and (3) John Brittell of 
Laysters, gent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Trigg, 
William Lilley grants unto John Brittell a messuage, &c, in 
St. John's bought by him of Edward Trovell of Worcester, gent, on 
29 September 17 14, to the use of the said William and Mary and 
their issue. 

Signatures of W m Lilley, Mary Trigg, John Britten. 
Witnesses : Fra s Rooke, Fran s Britten. 

Anno Domini " Oct r 10 th married William Lilly and 

Mary Trigg p r Licence. Fra s Rooke, Minis f." — Registers of Laysters, 
co. Hereford. 



Lilly and Anstice. 

INDENTURE made 6 September 1798, between (1) John Lilly, the 
*■ elder, of High Ham, co. Somerset, esquire, (2) his only son, John 
Lilly, the younger, of Ashcott, co. Somerset, esquire, (3) Maria Anstice 
of Martock, co. Somerset, spinster, a daughter of Josiah Anstice of 
South Petherton, co. Somerset, gent, (4) William Cole Wood of 
Martock, esquire, and James Daniel of South Petherton, mercer, 
and (5) Thomas Rossiter and William Rossiter of Barrington, co. 
Somerset, esquire. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Lilly, the 
younger, and Maria Anstice, John Lilly grants unto Thomas and 
William Rossiter the manor house, Sic, in Ashcott to the use of the 
said John and Maria and their heirs. 

Signatures of John Lilly, Sen r , John Lilly, Maria Anstice. 

Witnesses : Josiah Anstice, Rich d Toller. 



John Lilly of High= 
Ham, co. Somerset, 
esquire; living 6 Sep- 
tember 1798. 



Josiah Anstice of South= 
Petherton, co. Somerset, 
gent; living 6 September 
1798. 



John Lilly of Ashcott, 
co. Somerset, esquire. 



Maria Anstice. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
6 September 1798. 



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Lilly and Gapen. 



INDENTURE made 5 April 1705, between (1) John Gapen of 
Marnhull, co. Dorset, chandler, and (2) John Seymour of Marnhull, 
mercer, and William West of the same, yeoman. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of William Lilly of 
Fifehead Magdalen, co. Dorset, son of John Lilly of the same, yeoman, 
with Edith Gapen, his daughter, John Gapen grants unto John 
Seymour and William West land, &c, in Marnhull to the use of 
John Gapen for life, then to the use of the said William and Edith 
and their issue. 

Signature of John Gapon. 

Witnesses : Rog : Hann, Sen r , Christopher Kendall. 



John Lilly of Fifehead=j= John Gapen of Marnhull,^ 



Magdalen, co. Dorset, 
yeoman; living 5 April 
i7°S- ^ 



co. Dorset, yeoman 
living 5 April 1705. 



William Lilly of Edith Gapen. 
Fifehead Magdalen. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
5 April 1705. 



Loane and Gregg. 

INDENTURE made 14 August 1660, between (1) Arthur Loane of 
London, gent, and (2) Tobell Aylmer, Citizen and Draper of London, 
and his daughter Margaret Gregg of London, widow. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Margaret Gregg, 
Arthur Loane grants unto Tobell Aylmer, land, &c, in East Ham, 
co. Essex, to the use of the said Arthur and Margaret and their heirs. 
Signatures of Tobell Aylmer, Margaret Grigg. 
Witnesses : Walter Smith, scriv : George Sly, Walter Smith, Junior. 



Tobell Aylmer, Citizen &nd=f=(Margaret.) 
Draper of London ; living 
14 August 1660. 



Arthur Loane Margaret. =. . . Gregg, died before 14 
of London, gent. August 1660. 1st husband. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
14 August 1660. 



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Lord and Rant. 



INDENTURE made 15 May 1754, between (1) Simon Lord (lately 
Simon Thorowgood) of Hatfield Broad Oak, co. Essex, gent, and 
Mary his wife, (2) their only son William Lord, gent, (3) Sir 
Conyers Joscelyn of Hide Hall, in Sawbridgeworth, co. Hertford, 
baronet, and John Rous of Bishop's Stortford, co. Hertford, draper, 
(4) Mary Rant of Wethersfield, co. Essex, spinster, only daughter 
and heir of Roger Rant, late of Swaffham Prior, co. Cambridge, 
deceased, and (5) Meux Rant of Old Buckenham, co. Norfolk, esquire, 
guardian of the said Mary Rant. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between William Lord 
and Mary Rant, Simon, Mary and William Lord grant unto Sir 
Conyers Joscelyn and John Rous lands in Northweald Basset, co. 
Essex, and " Gladwyns," in Hatfield Broad Oak, to the use of Simon 
and Mary Lord for life, then to the use of the said William and 
Mary and their heirs, in accordance with the power given to the 
said Simon by his marriage settlements made 6 October 1726, between 
(1) Simon Lord, (2) the Rev. John Wiggett of Bishop's Stortford, clerk, 
and John Rous of Bishop's Stortford, draper (since deceased), and 
(3) Mary Lord, then Mary Lagden of Saffron Walden, co. Essex, 
spinster. It is further agreed that within six months of her coming 
of age Mary Rant will settle her manor of Nortofts, in Finchingfield, 
co. Essex, on the said William and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Simon Lord, Mary Lord, William Lord, Mary Rant, 
M. Rant. 

Witnesses: Phip: Martin, Geo: Wright, Ann Lord. 



Simon Lord (formerly= 
Thorowgood) of Hat- 
field Broad Oak, co. 
Essex, gent; living 15 
May 1754. 



=Mary Lagden, mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 6 October 
1726 ; living 15 
May 1754. 



Roger Rant of= 
Swaffham Prior, 
co. Cambridge ; 
died before 15 
May 1754. 



Mary Rant, not 21, 
15 May 1754. 



William Lord of 
Hatfield Broad Oak, 
gent. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
15 May 1754. 



Lord and Alston. 

DEED POLL dated 21 July 1750, of John Lord of Drayton Parslow, 
co. Buckingham, clerk, and Mary his wife, confirming indentures 
made 24 June 1742, between (1) John Lord of Drayton Parslow, clerk, 
and Mary his wife, late Mary Alston, spinster, and (2) Thomas Crawley 
of Dunstable, co. Bedford, gent, and Benjamin Reynolds of Mursley, co. 
Buckingham, clerk, which show that William Alston, late of Pavenham, co. 



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Bedford, gent (only brother of Mary Lord), died 26 April 1736, having 
made his will bearing date 24 March i73f by which all his lands were 
left to his wife Ann Alston for life, then to his two sisters Mary Lord 
and Frances, wife of Nehemiah Brandreth of Toddington, co. Bedford, 
gent; Ann Alston died in September 1741; by indentures dated 
4 October 1737, John and Mary Lord settled a moiety of their 
inheritance on themselves and their issue ; now John and Mary Lord 
grant unto Thomas Crawley and Benjamin Reynolds one moiety of the 
manors of Berry Hall and Glocester Fee, in Pavenham, co. Bedford, 
in trust to sell the same and invest ^1200 for the benefit of them and 
their heirs. 

Signatures of John Lord, Mary Lord. 

Witnesses : Thos : Bagshawe, W m Huggins. 



Rev. John Lord=Mary, marr. 
of Parslow, co. before 24 
Buckingham; Marchi73f; 
living 2 1 July living 2 1 
1750. July 1750. 



William Alston of=Ann, died 
Pavenham, co. Bed- in Septem- 
ford, gent; died 26 ber 1741. 
April 1736. Will 
dated 24 March 
i73#- 



Nehemiah=Frances, ma 
Brandreth before 
ofTodding- March 1731- 
ton, co. Bed- 
ford, gent. 



Loveday and Besson. 

DEED POLL dated 27 (Oct.) n James I. (1613), of John Besson of 
Brackley, co. Northampton, baker. 
In consideration of the marriage of my daughter Jane with Thomas 
Loveday, the younger, of Brackley, baker, I grant unto the said Thomas 
and Jane my messuage, &c, in Brackley, I lately purchased of my 
brother Edward Besson of Brackley, shoemaker, to the use of the said 
Thomas and Jane and their issue. 
Signature of John Besson. 

Witnesses : George Otes, George Maior, William Williams, William 
Besson. 



John Besson of Brackley,= 
co. Northhampton, baker ; 
living 27 October 16 13. 



Edward Besson 
of Brackley, 
shoemaker. 



Thomas Loveday, the=Jane, marr. before 
younger, of Brackley, 27 October 16 13 
baker. (date of marriage 

settlements). 

Anno Dom : 16 11. " Thomas Loveday duxit Janam Beasson 
vicessimo quinto Die Aprilis." — Registers of Brackley, co. Northampton. 



148 



Lovett and Aylett. 



A RTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 2 March i6££, between 
-^"^ (1) Robert Lovett of Liscombe, co. Buckingham, esquire, and 
(2) George Francklyn of Maverne, in Bolnhurst, co. Bedford, 
esquire, Nicholas Francklyn, John Greene, John Halsey of Lincoln's 
Inn, co. Middlesex, esquire, John Hookeins of the Inner Temple, 
gent, and Thomas Lockington of St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish 
Street, London, fishmonger, on behalf of Penelope Aylett, gentle- 
woman, and Penelope Aylett. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Robert Lovett 
and Penelope Aylett, Robert Lovett will settle his manor of Liscombe 
on the said trustees for the use of himself and the said Penelope and 
their issue ; and other lands in Sulbury and Liscombe, heretofore, in 
possession of Sir Robert Lovett, knight, father of the said Robert^ 
and now occupied by Dame Anne Lovett. 

Signatures of George Francklin, N. Francklyn, John Halsey, John 
Howkins, Thomas Lockington. 

Witnesses : Edward Tayler, Richard Willen, Hugh Owen. 

TNDENTURE made 31 May 1683, between (1) Robert Lovett of 
-*- Liscombe, in Sulbury, co. Buckingham, esquire, (2) Edward Bate 
of Maides Morton, co. Buckingham, esquire, and Laurence Lovett 
of Ascott, in Wing, co. Buckingham, gent, (3) Penelope Lovett, wife of 
Robert Lovett. 

By articles made 2 March i6|^, between (1) Robert Lovett, and 
(2) George Francklyn, Nicholas Francklyn, John Greene, John 
Halsey, John Hookins, Thomas Lockington, and Penelope Lovett 
by the name of Penelope Aylett, gentlewoman ; Robert Lovett, 
in consideration of his intended marriage, agreed to make a 
settlement of his manor of Liscombe, co. Buckingham, and 
other lands, and now in confirmation of the said articles grants the 
said manor, &c, to Lawrence Lovett and Edward Bate to the use 
of Robert and Penelope Lovett for life and then to the uses declared in 
the aforesaid articles. 

Signature and seal of Rob' Lovett. 

Witnesses : J. Sambee, Rich : Jones, Rich : Francke. 



Sir Robert Lovett of Liscombe, co. Buckingham,=j=Anne, living 



Robert Lovett of Liscombe, Penelope Aylett, gentlewoman ; 
esquire; living 31 May 1683. living 31 May 1683. 




knight; died before 2 March i6-|$. 



1 2 March i6f£. 



Marriage Articles signed 2 March i6i| 



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Lucas and Fishe. 



INDENTURE made 14 July 1640, between (1) Francis Kempe of 
Chipping Wycombe, co. Buckingham, gent, and (2) Richard Lucas 
of Chipping Wycombe, bonelace buyer and Dorothy Fishe of the 
same, spinster. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Richard Lucas 
and Dorothy Fishe, her kinsman Francis Kempe and Anne his now 
wife, grant unto the said Richard and Dorothy and their heirs a 
messuage, &c, in Easton Street, in Chipping Wycombe. 

Signature of Frauncis Kempe. 

Witnesses : Nicholas Lovell, Nicholas Boulton, Edward Noy, 
Willm: Davenport. 



INDENTURE made 24 December 1771, between (1) Edward Lunn 
of Birmingham, merchant, (2) Rebecca Baley of Lichfield, daughter 
and coheir of John Baley, late of Lichfield, gent, deceased, and a niece 
and heir at law to Elizabeth Dyott, late of Lichfield, widow, deceased, 
and (3) Thomas Hurdman of Alrewas, co. Stafford, gent, and John 
Henshaw of Stapenhill, co. Derby, gent. 

Rebecca Baley and her sister Sarah Baley are seized of lands in 
Longdon, Chorley and Farewell, co. Stafford, in Lichfield in Anstrey, 
co. Warwick, and Holywell, co. Flint ; also Edward Lunn, by deed 
poll made 14 August 1762, by Elizabeth his late wife (formerly Elizabeth 
Manning), under power granted her by settlement made 1 1 October 
1760, previous to her marriage, is entitled to ^400 on the death of 
Mary, relict of John Manning, gent, brother of the said Elizabeth, and 
also to one fourth part of the manor of Blymhill, co. Stafford, under 
his wife's will dated 16 August 1742. 

Now in consideration of her intended marriage with Edward Lunn, 
Rebecca Baley grants to Thomas Hurdman and John Henshaw the 
above mentioned lands to the use of the said Edward and Rebecca 
and their issue ; also Edward Lunn grants to the same his one fourth 



Richard Lucas of Chipping 
Wycombe, co. Buckingham, 
bonelace buyer. . 



Dorothy Fishe of 
Chipping Wycombe. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
14 July 1640. 



Lunn and Baley. 



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part of the manor of Blymhill to the use of the said Rebecca and 
her issue. 

Signatures of Edward Lunn, Rebe : Baley, Thomas Hurdman, 
Jn° Henshaw. 

Witnesses : Step n Simpson, W m Gilbert, Rich : Kilbeye. 



John Baley of Lichfield,= 
gent ; died before 24 
December 1771. 



John Manning=Mary, living Elizabeth, mar-=Edward Lunn=Rebecca Sarah Baley, 

of Blymhill, 24 December riage settlements of Birmingham, Baley. living 24 De- 

co. Stafford; 1771. dated 1 1 October merchant. > cember 1771. 

died before 14 1760. Will dated Marriage Settlements dated 

August 1762. 16 August 1762. 24 December 1771. 



" Edward Lunn of the Parish of Birmingham and Rebecca Baley 

of this Parish were married in this Church by Licence this 20 th day 

of Jan? in the year One Thousand Seven Hundred 6° Seventy-two 

by me R. Bond, Curate. 

w • , . , , , f Edward Lunn. 

This marriage was solemnized between us | jfofc Baley 

t ,7 , r ( Thos: Hurdman. 

In the presetice of { m „ „ 
1 J \ lhos: Bromsgrove. 

Registers of St. Mary's, Lichfield, co. Stafford. 



Madgwick and Hitchin. 

INDENTURE made 2 September 1773, between (1) Edward 
Madgwick, son and heir of Edward Madgwick, late of Blandford 
Forum, co. Dorset, gent, deceased (will dated 9 March 1771), 
(2) Mary Hitchin, spinster, daughter of the Rev. Edward Hitchin 
of Hoxton, co. Middlesex, and (3) William Jordan of St. John's, 



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Hackney, esquire, and Benjamin Mills of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 
weaver. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Hitchin, 
Edward Madgwick grants unto William Jordan and Benjamin Mills 
messuage, &c, in St. Michael's, Hasilbere, co. Somerset, to the use of 
the said Edward and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Edward Madgwick, Mary Hitchin, W m Jordan, 
Benj: Mills. 

Witnesses : W m Lindeman, Eliz : Lindeman, Edward Hitchin, Nath 1 
Norton, Ralph Pawsey. 



Edward Madgwick of Blandford,= 
co. Dorset, gent ; died before 
2 September 1773. Will dated 
9 March 177 1. 



Edward Hitchin of= 
Hoxton, co. Middle- 
sex, clerk ; living 
2 September 1773. 



I I 
Edward Madgwick.=Mary Hitchin. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
2 September 1773. 



September 7, 177 3. Edward Madgwick, bachelor, and Mary Hitchm, 
spinster, both of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, were married by licence by the 
Rev. John Harbin, Curate, in the presence of Edivard Hitchin and 
William Priestley.— Registers of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, co. Middlesex. 



Maire and Fermor. 

INDENTURE made n February 169!-, between (1) Thomas Maire 
of the City of Durham, esquire, (2) Henry Fermor of Tusmore, co. 
Oxford, esquire, son and heir of Richard Fermor, late of Tusmore, 
esquire, deceased, George Holman of Warkworth, co. Northampton, 
esquire, and Mary Fermor, one of the daughters of Richard Fermor, 
and (3) Jarrard Salvin of Croxdale, co. Durham, esquire, Philip 
Saltmarsh of the City of York, esquire, Stephen Tempest of Broughton, 
in Craven, co. York, esquire, Roger Meynill of Kilvington, co. York, 
esquire, and Nicholas Salvin of the City of Durham, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between himself and 
Mary Fermor, Thomas Maire grants unto Jarrard Salvin, &c, 
manors, &c, in Monk Hesledon, co. Durham, to the use of the said 
Thomas and Mary and their heirs, in default to the use of John Maire, 

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uncle of Thomas, and then of Ralph Maire, uncle, and William 
Maire, uncle, notwithstanding any act, deed, &c, of Thomas Maire, 
his late father, or Thomas Maire, his late grandfather. 

Witnesses : Cha: Ingleby, Rich: Bagot, Ann Holbrook, John Gibbes. 



Thomas Maire, died=j= 



before 1 1 February 




i6 9 |. 





Thomas Maire,=j= 
died before n 
February i69§. 



John Maire, 
living 1 1 Feb- 
ruary 169I. 



Ralph Maire, 
living 1 1 Feb- 
ruary 169^. • 



William Maire, 
living 11 Feb- 
ruary 169^. 



Richard Fermor of= 
Tusmore, co. Oxford, 
esquire ; died before 
11 February 169!. 



Thomas Maire of 
Durham, esquire. 



Mary Fermor. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
11 February 169%. 



Henry Fermor of Tusmore, 
esquire ; living 1 1 February 



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Mannock and Saunders. 

INDENTURE made 10 April 1608, between (1) William Saunders of 
Welford, co. Northampton, esquire, and (2) William Mannock 
of Gifford Hall, in Stoke by Nayland, co. Suffolk, esquire. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of Francis Mannock, son 
and heir apparent of William Mannock, with Dorothy, daughter of 
William Saunders, it is agreed a fine be levied at Michaelmas Term 
next ensuing by which the manor of Rames, or Reymes, in Stoke, 
Higham and Holton, co. Suffolk, shall be granted by William and 
Audry Mannock to William Saunders in trust for the said Dorothy if 
she outlive Francis Mannock. 

Witnesses : Adam Winthrop, William Meesey, Thomas Mannock, 
Junior. 



William Mannock of= 
Giffords Hall, in 
Stoke by Nayland, 
co. Suffolk, esquire ; 
living 10 April 1608. 



= Audry, living 
10 April 1608. 



William Saunders of= 
Welford, co. North- 
ampton ; living 10 
April 1608. 



Francis Mannock. Dorothy Saunders. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
10 April 1608. 



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Marke and Forby. 

DEED POLL dated 5 November 1649, of John Marke of Fouldon, 
co. Norfolk, yeoman. 
In consideration of my intended marriage with Alice Forby, 
daughter of James Forby of Fouldon, butcher, I grant unto the said 
James Forby and John Adamson of Gooderston, co. Norfolk, yeoman, 
a messuage, &c, in Fouldon, my inheritance as son and heir of John 
Marke of Fouldon, deceased, to the use of myself and the said Alice 
and our issue. 

Signature of John Marke. 

Witnesses : Tho: Asty, Tho: Asty, ju r . 

John Marke of Fouldon,=j= James Forby of Fouldon, =j= 



co. Norfolk ; died before 
5 November 1649. 



butcher ; living 5 No- 
vember 1649. 



John Marke of Fouldon, Alice Forby. 

son and heir. v , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
5 November 1649. 



Marsh and Bayley. 

INDENTURE made 1 May 1728, between (1) John Marsh of 
J- Womborne, co. Stafford, gent, son and heir of William Marsh, late 
of Womborne, deceased, and his mother Anne Marsh of Womborne, 
widow, (2) John Bayley of Pickstock, in Edgmond, co. Salop, gent, 
and his daughter Eleanor Bayley, (3) John Wakelin and Samuel 
Hancock of the Inner Temple, London, gents, and (4) George Bague 
of Martley, co. Worcester, gent, and John Lowe of Pilston, in 
Chetwynd, co. Salop, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Marsh and 
Eleanor Bayley, John and Anne Marsh grant unto John Wakelin 
and Samuel Hancock messuages, &c, in Womborne, co. Stafford, to 
the use of the said John and Eleanor and their issue. 

Signatures of John Marsh, Ann Marsh, John Bayley, Elianor Bayley, 
John Lowe. 

Witnesses : Ann Leeke, Sam 1 Dickenson, James Dickenson, 
William Marsh, Ann Knonow. 

William Marsh of Wom-=j=Anne, living John Bayley of Pick- 



borne, co. Stafford, gent; 
died before 1 May 1728. 



1 May 1728. stock, in Edgmond, co. 

Salop; living 1 May 1728. 



John Marsh of Womborne, Eleanor Bayley. 

son and heir. 1 , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
1 May 1728. 



'54 



Mathew and Towler. 

(See "Fragmenta Genealogical Vol. I., page 54). 



Matthew and Matthew. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 6 September 1738, between 
(1) George Matthew of Epsom, co. Surrey, carpenter, (2) Ann 
Matthew of the same, widow of Thomas Matthew, late of the same, 
victualler, and (3) Edward Stidnam of St. James', Westminster, gent, 
and Thomas Worsfold of Epsom, glazier. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Ann Matthew, 
George Matthew agrees to transfer the personal estate of the said Ann 
to Edward Stidnam and Thomas Worsfold in trust for her separate use. 
Signatures of George Matthew, Ann (x) Matthew. 
Witnesses : Dan 1 Powell, Theo : Peribean. 

George Matthew of Ann.=Thomas Matthew of 

Epsom, co. Surrey, Epsom, victualler ; 

carpenter. died before 6 Sep- 

* 1 ' tember 1738. 
Marriage Articles signed 
6 September 1738. 



Mawle and Nash. 

INDENTURE made 11 April 1695, between (1) Jahn Nash of 
-L Marden, co. Kent, yeoman, and (2) Joseph Mawle of Hawkhurst, 
co. Kent, tanner. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of his only daughter 
Mary with Joseph Mawle, John Nash grants unto Joseph Mawle 
a messuage, &c, at Marden to the use of him and his heirs. 

Signature of John Nash. 

Witnesses : John Hinton, W m Bing, Cha : Tomlin. 

John Nash of Marden,=j= 
co. Kent, yeoman ; living 

11 April 1695. I 

I 

Joseph Mawle of Hawkhurst, Mary Nash. 

co. Kent, tanner. > , > 

Marriage Settlements dated 
1 1 April 1695. 



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May and Mosse. 



INDENTURE made 25 September 1682, between (1) Elisabeth 
Mosse of Sandwich, co. Kent, spinster, one of the daughters of 
Richard Mosse, late of Sandwich, gent, deceased, and (2) George May 
of Ash next Sandwich, co. Kent, yeoman, and George Elgar of 
Sandwich, mercer. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between herself and 
the said George May, Elizabeth Mosse grants unto George Elgar land 
in Woodnesborough, co. Kent, to the use of the said George May 
and Elizabeth and their issue, with reversion to Mary Mosse her sister. 
Signature of Elizabeth Mosse. 

Witnesses : William Meriam, Mary Mosse, Edward Taylor. 

Richard Mosse of Sandwich,=j= 
co. Kent, gent ; died before 
25 September 1682. 



George May of Ash=Elizabeth Mosse Mary Mosse of 
next Sandwich, co. of Sandwich. Sandwich; living 2 5 

Kent, yeoman. > September 1682. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
25 September 1682. 



George May of Ash, husbandman, bac/ielor, 40, and Elizabeth Moss 
of St. Peter in Thanet, spinster, 29. At Wingham or St. Mildred, 
Canterbury, 4 October 1682. — Marriage Licence at Canterbury. 

" George May of Ash, yeoman, <5^ Elizabeth Mosse of S. Peter's 
in Sandwich: married by licence: October 12 th 1682." — Registers of 
Wingham, co. Kent. 



May and Rant. 

INDENTURE made 23 May 1695, between (1) Thomas May of 
Stoke by Neyland, co. Suffolk, gent, and (2) James Rant of Gray's 
Inn, co. Middlesex, gent, and Spring Wincol of Langham, co. 
Essex, gent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Jane Rant, sister of 
James Rant, Thomas May agrees to pay off within one year £\qoo 

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charged on his lands in Stoke for the benefit of his daughter Catherine 
by his former wife Frances. 

Signatures and Seals of Tho: May, James Rant and Signature of 
Sp: Wyncoll. 

Witnesses : Eliza : Rant, Thomas Wenman, Rich : Drake, Elizabeth 
Manning, Frances Clarke. 





Frances, died=j=Thomas May of 



before 23 May 
1695- 



Stoke by Neyland, 
co. Suffolk, gent. 



Jane 
Rant. 



James Rant of Gray's 
Inn, gent; living 23 
May 1695. 



Catherine, not 18 
23 May 1695. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
23 May 1695. 



Mead and Weetman. 

INDENTURE made 5 November 1730, between (1) Elizabeth Lee 
of Hanbury, co. Stafford, widow, and Thomas Wolley of Hanbury, 
yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, (2) Charnell Mead of Hints, co. 
Stafford, gent, and Sarah his wife, a daughter of John Weetman, late of 
Hints, yeoman, deceased, and (3) John Cheatle of Hints, yeoman, and 
William Weetman of Mancetter, co. Warwick, yeoman, brother of the 
said Sarah Mead. 

By articles dated 24 November 1728, Charnell Mead, in consideration 
of his marriage with his wife Sarah, agreed to lay out ^800 in the 



i57 



purchase of land ; so now Elizabeth Lee, &c, sell unto John Cheatle 
and William Weetman land, &c, at Tatenhill in Dunstall, co. Stafford, 
to the use of Charnell and Sarah Mead and their issue. 

Signatures of Elizabeth (x) Lee, Thomas Woolley, Elizabeth 
Woolley, Charnel Mead, John (x) Cheatle, Will m Weetman. 

Witnesses: Step" Simpson, Ri: Holland. 



John Weetman of Hints,= 
co. Stafford, yeoman ; 
died before 5 November 
1730. 



-(Elnor). 



Charnell Mead of 
Hints, gent; living 
5 November 1730. 



Sarah, marr. before 24 
November 1728 (date of 
marriage settlements) ; 
living 5 November 1730. 



William Weetman of 
Mancetter, co. Warwick ; 
living 5 November 



Mill and (? Coplestone). 

INDENTURE made 18 January i66f, between (1) Hugh Mill of 
•A- West Putford, co. Devon, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife, (2) Thomas 
Coplestone of Bideford, co. Devon, gent, and William Mill, son of 
John Mill of West Putford, gent, and (3) Margaret Coplestone 
of Bideford, widow, and Mary Mill, widow, late wife of William Mill, 
son of Hugh Mill. 

In consideration of the marriage of Mary Mill with her late husband 
William Mill, Hugh and Elizabeth Mill agree to levy a fine to Thomas 
Coplestone and William Mill on a moiety of the manor of Burracott, 
in Poundstock and Week St. Mary, co. Cornwall, and land in " North 
Waddington and South Waddington," in King's Nympton and 
Chumleigh, co. Devon, to the use of the said Mary Mill for life. 

"This is a true Coppy of the originall Deeds and Examined 
the Twenty First of December wth. the originall Deeds by us 
R. Bawden, jun r , Christo Shoore." 



Hugh Mill of West Putford,=j=Elizabeth, living 
co. Devon, clerk; living 18 1 8 January i66f. 
January 166;,-. 



William Mill, died= 
before 18 January 



i66f. 



=Mary, marriage 
settlements dated 
18 January i66f. 



<5« 



Milner and Taylor. 

"INDENTURE made 15 October 1723, between (1) Dame Alicia, 
J- Taylor, alias Colepeper of Preston Hall, in Aylesford, co. Kent, 
widow, only sister and heir of Sir Thomas Colepeper, late of Preston 
Hall, baronet, deceased, (2) John Cockman of Maidstone, co. 
Kent, M.D., and William Horsmonden Turner of Maidstone, gent, 

(3) the Hon bIe John Finch of the Inner Temple, esquire, (4) Dame 
Alicia Colepeper of Barton Malherb, co. Kent, widow, and Elizabeth 
Graham of Aylesford, spinster, and (5) John Milner of Maidstone, M.D. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with John Milner, 
Dame Alicia Taylor grants unto John Cockman and William 
Horsmonden Turner the manor of Allington and Preston, with Preston 
Hall and lands, &c, in Aylesford, Barming, Larkfield, Mailing 
Headcorn, Marden, Rolvenden, Minster, East Church and Maidstone, 
co. Kent, to raise the sum of ^10,000 to the use of the said John 
Milner and Dame Alicia Taylor. 

Signatures of Alicia Taylor, als. Colepeper, John Cockman, William 
Horsmonden Turner, John Milner. 

Witnesses : Thomas Cockman, Margaret Cockman. 

INDENTURE made 22 August 1726, between (1) Charles Milner 
of Pudsey, co. York, esquire, brother and heir of John Milner, late 
of Pudsey, M.D., deceased, (2) Dame Alicia Taylor, alias Milner of 
Preston Hall, (3) John Cockman and William Horsmonden Turner, 

(4) Hon. John Finch, and (5) Elizabeth Swain of Preston Hall, spinster. 
Charles Milner, as heir to his brother John Milner, lately deceased, 

of the lands comprised in the settlement of 15 October 1723, expectant 
on the death of Dame Alicia, agrees to the sale of a portion of the 
lands for the purpose of administering the will of Sir Thomas Colepeper. 

Signatures of Charles Milner, Alicia Taylor. 

Witnesses : John Howells, Thomas Robinson. 



Mi 




Charles Milner of 
Pudsey, co. York, 
esquire ; living 22 
August 1726. 



John Milner of Maid-=Alicia, relict of {Thomas) 
stone, co. Kent, M.D. ; Colepeper (3rd husband) 



marriage settlements 
dated 15 October 1723; 
died before 22 August 
1726. 



and of Sir {Thomas) 
Taylor (2nd husband) ; 
living 22 August 1726. 



Sir Thomas Colepeper 
of Preston Hall, in 
Aylesford, co. Kent, 
baronet ; died before 1 5 
October 1723. 



Mitchell and Dod. 



TNDENTURE made 21 September 1698, between (1) Hon bIe David 
J- Mitchell of St. Martin's in the Fields, co. Middlesex, esquire, 
(2) Mary Dod of St. Anne's, Westminster, spinster, (3) William Kerr 
of the same, esquire, and Katherine his wife, and (4) Robert Lee 
of Binfield, co. Berks, esquire, William Lee of Cold Ashby, co. 
Northampton, esquire, and Robert Taylor of East Barnet, 
co. Hertford, clerk. 

In consideration of his intented marriage with Mary Dod, David 
Mitchell agrees to settle ^10,000 on them and their issue. By 
indentures dated 5 February 169-i, Katherine Kerr (then Katherine 
Dod) and Mary Dod made a settlement of their manor of Cloverly, 
co. Salop ; Mary Dod now assigns her moiety of the said manor to 
the use of herself and David Mitchell. 

Signatures of Dauid Mitchell, Mary Dod, Will: Kerr, Catherine 
Kerr, Rob' Lee, Rob' Taylor. 

Witnesses : James Ferriott, P. Tanner, Stephen Rose. 

Endorsed : " Inter Dham Mariam Mitchell vid. et Relict. David 
Mitchell Mil. Quer: et David Cooke et al: DeP es . In Sccio. 

This Deed was shewn to Peter Tanner, Stationer, at the time of his 
Examination taken before me on the part of the Comp" Edw : Ward." 



{Robert) Dod.=j= 



William Kerr of St.=Katherine, marriage settlements John Dod, 

Anne's, Westminster, dated 5 February 1694 (see died before 

esquire; living 21 page 133); living 21 September 5 February 

September 1698. 1698. I ^9r- 



(Sir) David Mitchell (see=Mary, marriage 
"Dictionary of National settlements dated 
Biography? Vol. XXXVIII., 21 September 
page 66). 1698. 



Vice- Admiral David Mitchell and Mary Dod were married 
28 September i6g8. — Pedigree of Dod recorded in H. M. College 
of Arms. 



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Morley and Gardner. 

INDENTURE made 2 March 169& between (1) Thomas Morley 
-*- of the Inner Temple, London, esquire, and (2) William Sherrington 
of Red Lion Square, co. Middlesex, esquire, Richard Niccoll of 
London, esquire, William Morley (a brother of Thomas) and Tancred 
Robinson of London, M.D. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Sarah Gardner, 
and in accordance with indentures of even date made between 
(1) himself, (2) Mary Gardner, widow, (3) Sarah Gardner, (4) William 
Sherrington and Richard Niccoll, and (5) Tancred Robinson and 
William Morley, Thomas Morley grants unto William Sherrington, &c, 
his office of Clerk of the Castle, Town and Lordship of Taunton, 
bestowed on him by the Bishop of Winchester n January 169!-. 

Signature of William Morley. 

Witnesses : W. Barnesley, J. Williams, Dan : Outridge. 



Morshead and Herring. 

INDENTURE made 6 December 17 17, between (1) Edmund 
Herring of West Longstone, in Lamerton, co. Devon, gent, and 
(2) William Morshead of Cortather, co. Cornwall, gent. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of William Morshead 
with his daughter Joan, Edmund Herring grants unto William 
Morshead a messuage, &c, at Trosell, in North Petherwin, co. Devon, 
to the use of him and his heirs. 
Signature of William Morshead. 

Witnesses : C. Pomery, Tho : Hole, jun r , John Herring. 

Endorsed with a schedule of deeds relating to the lands mentioned. 



Leonard Robbins of North Petherwin, co. Devon,= 
yeoman ; obtains land at Trosell by conveyance 
from the Earl of Bedford and others 21 June 
1620; living 10 December 1651. 



=Elizabeth, living 
10 December 
1651. 



William Robbins of= 
North Petherwin ; 
living 19 July 1682. 



=Katherine, dau. of William 
Harvey of North Petherwin, 
yeoman ; marriage settlements 
dated 10 December 165 1. 



Robbins.=i= 



Edmund Herring of Lamerton. 
co. Devon, gent. 



T 



Edward Harris of=Elizabeth, grand-daughter 



William Morshead of Joan 
Cortather, co. Cornwall, Herring, 
gent. , 

Marriage Settlements dated 
6 December 17 17. 



Maristow, co. Devon, 
yeoman; living 25 
April 1705, when he 
sold the land to 
Edmund Herring. 



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and heir of Leonard 
Robbins ; marriage settle- 
ments dated 19 July 1682; 
living 25 April 1705. 



Mould and Sutton. 



ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 15 April 1732, between 
(1) Thomas Sutton of Kensington, co. Middlesex, esquire, and his 
daughter Rachel Sutton, (2) the Rev. Bernard Mould, Rector of 
Widdington, co. Essex, and (3) Thomas Blencowe and Thomas Sutton, 
junior, both of the Inner Temple, London, esquires. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of Bernard Mould and 
Rachel Sutton, Thomas Sutton agrees to settle ^900 on the said 
Bernard and Rachel and their issue. 

Signatures of Thos: Sutton, Rachel Sutton, Bernard Mould, 
Thos : Blencowe, Thos : Sutton, jun r . 

Witnesses : Anne Sutton, John Rice, James Kimble, Martha Mould. 

Thomas Sutton of Kensington,=j= 
co. Middlesex, esquire ; living 
15 April 1732. 



Rev. Bernard Mould, Rector Rachel Sutton, 
of Widdington, co. Essex. 

1 , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
15 April 1732. 



Mounshow and Tennant. 

INDENTURE made 10 October 171 1, between (1) William 
Mounshow of West Bradenham, co. Norfolk, woolcomber (son and 
heir of Robert Mounshow of West Bradenham, woolcomber, and Rose 
his wife, both deceased), (2) Thomas Ives of Walton, co. Norfolk, 
grocer, and Thomas Pigg of Longham, co. Norfolk, gent, and 
(3) Amy, wife of the said William Mounshow, formerly called Amy 
Tennant, widow. 

In consideration of his marriage with the said Amy, William 
Mounshow grants to Thomas Ives and Thomas Pigg tenement, &c, 
called " Osberts Fitts Williams," in West Bradenham for the use of the 
said William and Amy Mounshow and their issue. 

Signatures of William (x) Mounshow, Tho: Ives, Tho: Pigge. 

Witnesses: Tho: Machin, Tho: Ravens, W. Alpe, Robert Alpe. 



Robert Mounshow of West = 
Bradenham, co. Norfolk, 
woolcomber ; died before 
10 October 1 7 1 1. 



: Rose, died before 
10 October 17 1 1. 



William Mounshow=Amy Tennant, widow, marr. 
of West Bradenham, before 10 October 17 n (date 
woolcomber. of marriage settlements). 

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Mountfort and Wentworth. 



INDENTURE made 3 November 1554, between Thomas Wentworthe 
of Wentworthe, co. York, esquire, and Christopher Mountforthe of 
Kylnhyrst, co. York, gent. 

In consideration of a marriage to be solemnized before Christmas 
Day next ensuing, between himself and Meryall, sister of Thomas 
Wentworth, Christopher Mountforthe promises to make to the said 
Thomas Wentworthe, Michael Wentworthe, esquire, Nicholas Wombwell, 
esquire, and Thomas Wentworthe of Thurnscowe, a sufficient estate in 
Rackmarche, Overhalyhe, Lowerfall and Southburton, near Beverley, 
co. York, to the use of the said Christopher and Meryall, then to 
the use of the said Launcelot Mountforthe, son and heir apparent 
of the said Christopher. 

Signature of Chroffer mountfort. 

Witnesses : george chaworthe, Rychard Flecchar, Lancelott 
mountfort, Jhn fysher (?). 




=Christopher Mountfort Meryall Wentworth. 
of Kilnhurst, co. York, 

esquire. ' . ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
3 November 1554. 



Thomas Wentworth 
of Wentworth, co. 
York, esquire; living 
3 November 1554. 



Launcelot Mountfort, 
son and heir apparent 
3 November 1554. 



Mucklow and Girdler. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 4 January 1780, between 
(1) William Mucklow of St. Mary Islington, co. Middlesex, gent, 
(2) Thomas Girdler of Tothill Street, St. Margaret's, Westminster, oil 
and colourman, (3) William Mucklow, younger son of said William, 
(4) Elizabeth Girdler, one of the daughters of said Thomas, and (5) 
Edward Glanville of St. Margaret's, Westminster, surveyor. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between William Mucklow, 
the younger, and Elizabeth Girdler, Thomas Girdler promises to settle 



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on William Mucklow, the younger, a lease of his house and his business 
in Tothill Street, and William Mucklow will settle an equal sum of 
money on William and Elizabeth and their issue ; they are also to 
provide board and lodging for Mary Girdler, sister of Elizabeth. 

Witnesses : Mary Girdler, Horatio Mucklow, Tho : Walters, 
W m Wheble. 

Endorsed with declaration dated 22 March 1781, signed by 
Elizabeth Mucklow, stating the intended marriage was shortly after 
solemnised, and giving her consent to the sale by Edward Glanville as 
surviving trustee, Thomas Girdler having died, of ^500 three per cent, 
stock for the improvement and extension of her husband's trade as an 
oil and colourman. 



William Mucklow of= 
St. Mary Islington, 
co. Middlesex, gent; 
living 4 January 1 780. 



Thomas Girdler of TothilL- 
Street, Westminster, oil 
and colourman ; living 
4 January 1780; died 
before 22 March 1781. 



William Mucklow of Tothill=Elizabeth, marriage Mary Girdler, 
Street, Westminster, oil and settlements dated living 4 January 
colourman; living 22 March 4 January 1780; 1780. 
1781. 2nd son. living 22 March 

1781. 

" William Mucklow of this Parish, Bachelor, and Elizabeth 
Girdler of this Parish, Spinster, married in this church by Licence 
this 6 th Day of January in the year one Thousand Seven Hundred 
6° eighty. By me T. Champness. Witnesses : Edw d Glanvill, 
W m Mucklow, Rich d Gwyn, Horatio Mucklow." — Registers of 
St. Margaret's, Westminster, co. Middlesex. 



Mumford and Halls. 

T NDENTURE made 5 February 1802, between (1) William Mumford 
JL of Little Cornard, co. Suffolk, gent, (2) Lucy Halls of Walter 
Belchamp, co. Essex, spinster, and (3) James Halls of Otton Belchamp, 
co. Essex, gent, and Thomas Halls of Walter Belchamp, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between William Mumford 
and herself, Lucy Halls grants unto James and Thomas Halls ^400 
for the use of the said William and Lucy and their issue. 

Signatures of W m Mumford, Lucy Halls, James Halls, Thos: Halls. 

Witnesses : Susan Newman, R' Frost. 



164 



Neale and (Mills). 



TN DENTURE made 13 September 1690, between (1) John Neale of 
A Portsmouth, co. Hants, carpenter, and (2) George Everden of 
Portsmouth, maltster. 

In consideration of his marriage with his now wife Elizabeth, 
John Neale is seized of two tenements, &c, near the East Mount, 
Portsmouth, to the use of the said John and Elizabeth and their heirs. 

Signature of George Everden. 

Witnesses : Jn° Worlidge, John Suffeild. 



John Neale of=Elizabeth (Mills), marr. before 
Portmouth, co. 13 September 1690 (date of 
Hants, carpenter, marriage settlements). 

John Neale, bachelor, married Elizabeth Mills, widow, 28 April 
168 J. — Registers of St. Thomas d Becket, Portsmouth, co. Hants. 



Nettleton and Wade. 

DEED POLL dated 30 October 1690, of Grace Waide of 
Drighlington, co. York, spinster, one of the three surviving 
daughters and coheirs of Nicholas Waide, late of Drighlington, yeoman, 
deceased, and sisters of Mary Waide, deceased, youngest daughter of 
the said Nicholas. 

In consideration of my intended marriage with Francis Nettleton, 
youngest son of Christopher Nettleton of Ryecroft, in Tonge, co. York, 
yeoman, and of settlement already made by the said Christopher and 
Judith his wife, I grant unto the said Christopher Nettleton and Robert 
Webster of Adwalton, co. York, yeoman, my third part of a 
messuage, &c, in Drighlington (partly in the occupation of Grace 
Waide, widow) to the use of the said Francis and myself and our issue. 
Signature of Grace Wade. 

Witnesses : Walter Fordinglay, John Gomersall, Jo: Sugden. 



Christopher Nettleton of=^=Judith, living Nicholas Waide of= 



Ryecroft, in Tonge, co. 
York, yeoman ; living 30 
October 1690. 



30 October Drighlington, co. York, 
1690. yeoman; died before 

30 October 1690. 



I . 

Francis Nettleton=Grace Two daughters, 

(youngest son). Waide. living 30 Oc- 

* , < tober 1690. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
30 October 1690. 



Mary Waide (youngest 
daughter), died before 
30 October 1690. 



" Marrigges in the year i68g. November. Francis Netleton and 
Grace Wade the fifth day." — Registers of Bir stall, co. York. 

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Newell and Barbour. 



A RTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 9 March 171^ between 
■i*- (1) Thomas Newell, senior, of Dunnington, co. Salop, yeoman, 
and Mary his wife and Thomas Newell, the younger, their only son, 
(2) Sarah Barbour of Muxton, co. Salop, and (3) Edward Barbour of 
Muxton, esquire, and Francis Skrimshire of Forton, co. Stafford, clerk. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of Thomas Newell with 
Sarah Barbour, Thomas, Mary and Thomas Newell grant unto Edward 
Barbour and Francis Skrimshire their lands at Dunnington, in 
Lilleshall, co. Salop, leased to the said Thomas Newell by William 
Leveson Gower, late of Trentham, co. Stafford, esquire, by indentures 
dated 28 January 23 Car. II. [167I] to the use of the said Thomas and 
Sarah and their children. 

Signatures of Thomas Newell, Mary (x) Newell, Tho: Newell, 
Sarah Barbour, Edward Barbour, Francis Skrymshire. 

Witnesses: Ann Mennion, John Sockett, Rog: Sockett, Edr: Pebb, 
Rog: Sockett. 



Thomas Newell of=pMary, living 
Dunnington, co. Salop ; q March 
living 9 March 17 if. 



i7if- 



Thomas Newell Sarah Barbour of 
(only son). Muxton, co. Salop. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
9 March 17 if. 



Newton and Bright. 

INDENTURE made 24 February 169^, between (1) Sir John 
Newton of Barrescourt, co. Gloucester, baronet, his son and heir 
apparent, John Newton, esquire, Sir Roger Potts of Elmingham, co. 
Norfolk, baronet, Edward Bigland, serjeant-at-law, Richard Pagett of 
Westminster, esquire, and Francis Stringer of Sutton, upon Lound, co. 
Nottingham, esquire, (2) Dame Susanna Bright, relict of Sir John 
Bright, late of Badsworth, co. York, baronet, and (3) Sir Michael 
Warton of Beverley, co. York, knight, Ralph Warton and Charles 
Warton of Beverley, esquires, Sir William Ellis of Norton, co. Lincoln, 
baronet, and William Monson of St. Anne's, Westminster, esquire. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of John Newton and 
Dame Susanna Bright, Sir John Newton, &c, grant unto Sir Michael 
Warton, &c, the manors of Haither Aisbye and Osebye, Calverthorpe, 
Barkeston, Kelbye, and Hanbecke, co. Lincoln, and the parsonage of 
St. Margaret, Lincoln, granted 28 October 1674, by Henry Pight, clerk, 

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Prebendary of Lincoln, to the said Sir John Newton for the lives of his 
sons John and Gervase Newton, to the use of the said Sir John Newton 
and Dame Mary his wife for life, then to the use of John Newton and 
his heirs, making provision for a jointure of ,£500 yearly for the said 
Dame Susannah Bright if she survive her husband. 

Signatures and Seal of John Newton, J. Newton, jun r . 

Witnesses : Jn° Burslem, William Moor, Peniston Lamb. 

Annexed is a detailed rental of the manors, &c, comprised in the 
settlement. 



Sir John Newton of Barrs Court,= 
co. Gloucester, baronet ; living 
24 February 169^. 



=Mary, living 
24 February 
i6 9 f. 



Gervase New- John Newton, =Susanna= Sir John Bright of Bads- 
ton, living 28 son and heir {Wharton.) worth, co. York, baronet; 
October 1674. apparent. 2nd died before 24 February 

husband. > J 69x- is t husband. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
24 February 169^. 

"John Newton, esq., of S t Bride's, London, Wid r 6° Dame 
Susanna Bright of S ( Giles, in the Fields, Middx. Widow ; at 
S* Giles aforesd." — Marriage Licence {Faculty) dated 21 March i6g\. 

John Newton and Dame Susanna Bright were married 23 March 
i6q\. — Registers of St. Giles-in-the- Fields, co. Middlesex. 




Nickin and Greene. 

INDENTURE made 2 December 1693, between (1) Michael Nickin, 
the elder, of Shareshill, co. Stafford, yeoman, and Dorothy his wife, 
(2) their son and heir apparent Michael Nickin and Hannah his 
wife, (3) William Nickin of Hatherton, co. Stafford, yeoman, and 
Richard Greene of Little Wyrley, co. Stafford, yeoman, and (4) Thomas 
Greene of Little Wyrley, yeoman. 

In consideration of the marriage of Michael Nickin with Hannah, 
one of the daughters of Thomas Greene, Michael and Dorothy Nickin 
grant unto William Nickin and Richard Greene their messuage and 
lands in Shareshill to the use of the said Michael and Hannah 
and their issue. 

Signatures of Michael Nickin, Dorothy Nickin, Michael Nickin, 
Hannah Nickin, William Nickin, Thos: Greene. 
Witnesses : Geo : Gatacre, Edward Wilson. 



Michael Nickin of===Dorothy, living 



Shareshill, co. Staf- 
ford, yeoman ; living 
2 December 1693. 



December 
1693. 



Thomas Greene of Little=j= 
Wyrley, co. Stafford, 
yeoman ; living 2 De- 
cember 1693. 



I I 

Michael Nickin, son and=Hannah, marr. before 2 December Other 

heir apparent. ^93 (date of marriage settlements). issue. 

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Nicklin and Lea. 



INDENTURE made 19 May 1756, between (1) Samuel Nicklin 
of Aldridge, co. Stafford, mercer and tailor, 2nd son and devisee 
under the will of Robert Nicklin, late of Aldridge, mercer and tailor, 
and William Nicklin of Birmingham, co. Warwick, silversmith, son and 
heir of said Robert Nicklin, (2) Jane Lea of Shenston, co. Stafford, 
spinster, one of the three daughters and coheirs of John Lea, late 
of Shenston, yeoman, by Sarah his wife, both deceased, (3) John 
Rawlins of Greenborow Hill in Shenston, yeoman, and Thomas Cooper 
of Aldridge, gent, and (4) James Bigge of Aldridge, innholder, and 
John Maddox of Aldridge, grocer and filecutter. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of Samuel Nicklin and 
Jane Lea, Samuel and William Nicklin grant unto Rawlins and Cooper 
messuage, &c, in Aldridge to the use of the said Samuel and Jane 
and their heirs, free from incumbrances, except a charge of £150 
for Edward Nicklin their brother, now a minor, and a mortgage 
of ^100 advanced by Theophilus Levitt to Robert Nicklin and 
Edward Nicklin his brother, now deceased, by indenture dated 
26 May 1738, and the sums due on the settlement made by Edward 
Nicklin their grandfather 5 February 173^. Also Jane Lea grants 
unto John Rawlins and Thomas Cooper the third part of certain 
lands in Shenston to the use of the said Samuel and Jane and 
their heirs. 

Signatures of Samuel Nicklin, Will" 1 Nicklin, Jane Lea, John 
Rawlins, Tho: Cooper, James Biggs, John Maddock. 
Witnesses : Step" Simpson, W m Gilbert. 



Edward Nicklin of Aldridge,: 
co. Stafford; living 5 Feb- 
ruary 1 73t > died before 26 
May 1738. 



Edward Nicklin of 
Aldridge; living 26 
May 1738 ; died 
before 19 May 1756. 



Robert Nicklin of Aldridge,=j= 
mercer and tailor ; living 
26 May 1738; died before 
19 May 1756. 



John Lea of Shenston,= 
co. Stafford, yeoman ; 
died before 19 May 
I756- 



=Sarah, died 
before 19 
May 1756. 



William Nicklin of 
Birmingham, silver- 
smith j living 19 
May 1756. 



Edward Nicklin, 
not 21, 19 May 
1756. 



Samuel Nicklin of 
Aldridge, mercer and 
tailor. > — 



Jane Lea. Two other 
daughters and 
. coheirs. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
19 May 1756. 



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Noel and Clobery, 

INDENTURE made 2 August 1692, between (1) Mary Clobery of 
Winchester, a daughter and coheir of Sir John Clobery, late of 
Winchester, knight, deceased, (2) Sir Charles Holt of Aston, coi 
Warwick, baronet, and William Bromley of Bagginton, co. Warwick, 
esquire, and (3) Sir John Noell of Kirkby Mallory, co. Leicester, 
baronet. 

Mary Clobery, in consideration of her intended marriage with 
Sir John Noell grants to Sir Charles Holt and William Bromley one 
fourth of the manor of Kimbridge and other lands in Winchester, &c, 
co. Hants (saving the life interest of Dame Anne Clobery), to the use 
of the said Sir John and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Mary Clobery, W. Bromley, John Noel. 

Witnesses : Mary Brexton, Ri : Harris, Ri : Kinge, Hopkin Thomas, 
George Brice, Thomas Elliott. 





Sir John Clobery of=j=Ann, living 



Winchester, knight ; 
died before 2 August 
1692. 



2 August 
1692. 



Sir John Noel of Kirkby=Mary. 
Mallory, co. Leicester, 

baronet. ' , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
2 August 1692. 

1692. August 4. Sir John Noel and Mary Clobery. — Registers 
of Winchester Cathedral. 



Nuthall and Rix. 

DEED POLL dated 2 July 1636, of Judith Rix of Rochford, 
co. Essex, widow. 
In consideration of an intended marriage with James Nuthall of 
Rochford, gent, Judith Rix grants to the said James, "Wardleys" 
and the "Tallow house," in Rochford, to the use of the said James 
and Judith and the heirs of the said Judith. 
Signature of Judith (x) Rix. 

Witnesses : Jo : Loane, Will : Painter, Charles Nuthall. 
Endorsed : " My mothers deed of Feoffement from my mother to 
my father." 

169 



Oldfield and (? Webb). 



INDENTURE made 29 December 1733, between (1) John Oldfield 
-L of Uttoxeter, co. Stafford, tawer, (2) his son Christopher Oldfield and 
Susanna his wife, and (3) William Webb of the Highwood, in 
Uttoxeter, gent. 

In consideration of the marriage of Christopher Oldfield with 
Susanna his wife, John Oldfield grants unto William Webb land in 
Uttoxeter to the use of John Oldfield for life, then to the use of 
Christopher and Susanna and their issue. 

Signatures of John (x) Oldfield, Christopher Oldfield, Susannah 
Oldfield, William Webb. 

Witnesses : Mary Green, Vere Smith, William Walker. 



Christopher 01dfield.=Susannah (? Webb), marr. before 
29 December 1733 (date of 
marriage settlements). 



Otter and Nettleshippe. 

INDENTURE made 9 June 1656, between (1) Richard Otter, the 

elder, of Gainsborough, co. Lincoln, felmonger, his son Richard 
Otter of Babworth, co. Nottingham, tanner, and (2) Francis Darell of 
West Retford, co. Nottingham, gent, and William Otter of Clarebrough, 
co. Nottingham, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Anne Nettleshippe, 
one of the daughters of John Nettleshippe, late of West Retford, 
husbandman, deceased, Richard Otter, the younger, and his father 
grant unto Francis Darell and William Otter two cottages, &c, in 
Babworth to the use of the said Richard and Anne and their issue. 

Signatures of Francis Darell, William Otter. 

Witnesses : Will : Holton, Mich : Waterhouse, John Denman. 

Counterpart : Signatures of Richard (x) Otter, Richard Otter, 
the elder. 

Witnesses : as above. 

Richard Otter of Gains-=f= John Nettleshippe of West== 




Other Richard Otter of Bab- Anne Nettleshippe. 
issue. worth, co. Nottingham, 

tanner. » , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
9 June 1656. 



John Oldfield of Uttoxeter,=j=Dorcas, living 
co. Stafford, tawer; living 29 December 
29 December 1733. 1 733. 




borough, co. Lincoln, 
felmonger; living 9 June 
1656. 



Retford, co. Nottingham, 
husbandman ; died before 
9 June 1656. 



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Palke and Badcock. 



INDENTURE made 26 May 1740, between (1) William Palke of 
A South Molton, co. Devon, gent, (2) Sarah Badcock of the same, 
widow, and (3) John Badcock of the same, butcher, John Widgery 
of the same, yeoman, and Samuel Widgery of the same, serge-maker. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Sarah Badcock, 
William Palke grants to John Badcock, &c, his personal estate to the 
use of the said William and Sarah and their issue ; and Sarah Badcock 
grants to the same the personal property to which she is entitled as 
relict and administratrix of Samuel Badcock, her late husband. 

Signatures of William Palke, Sarah Badcock, John Badcock, John 
Widgery, Samuel Widgery. 

Witnesses : W m Hill, Thomas West. 

William Palke of South Sarah.=Samuel Badcock of 
Molton, co. Devon, gent. South Molton ; died 

s before 26 May 1740. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
26 May 1740. 



Parker and Joyliffe. 

INDENTURE made 30 September 1675, between (1) Edward 
Parker, the elder, of Wincanton, co. Somerset, cordwainer, and 
(2) Edward Parker, the younger, of Wincanton, cordwainer, Giles 
Norris of Axe, co. Dorset, gent, Matthew Paule of Ashcombe, co. 
Somerset, gent, Thomas Rogers of Frith, in Horsington, co. Somerset, 
gent, and Joan Joyliffe, daughter-in-law of the said Thomas Rogers. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Edward Parker, 
the younger, and Joan Joyliffe, Edward Parker grants unto Giles Norris, 
&c, messuage and lands at Verrington, in Charlton Musgrove, co. 
Somerset, to the use of the said Edward and Jane and their heirs, 
abrogating all other settlements, excepting only indenture of lease 
made 1 October 1653, between (1) Francis Glanvill of Kill worthy, 
co. Devon, esquire, and (2) Joan Plympton, lately deceased, for the lives 
of Francis Plympton and his sister Jane, wife of Christopher Phillips. 
Signature of Edward Parker. 
Witnesses: W m Talbot, Hn: Talbot, Hugh Watts. 



Edward Parker of Win-=j= 
canton, co. Somerset, 
cordwainer ; living 30 
September 1675. 



. . . Joyliffe.= 
1 st husband. 



.=Thomas Rogers 
of Horsington, co. 
Somerset, gent ; 
living 30 Sep- 
tember 1675. 
2nd husband. 



Edward Parker of Win- 
canton, cordwainer. 



Joan Joyliffe. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
30 September 1675. 

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Parkes and Johnson. 



TNDENTURE made 22 March 164^, between (1) Simond Parkes 
-L of Over Stonnell, co. Stafford, yeoman, and (2) William Johnson of 
Middleton, co. Warwick, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Katherine, daughter 
of William Johnson, and of the sum of ^50 (partly to be paid at 
the marriage of her sister, Alice Johnson), Simond Parkes grants unto 
William Johnson his messuage, &c, in Over Stonnell, to the use of the 
said Simond and Katherine and their issue. 

Signature of William Johnson. 

Witnesses : Thomas Fisher, . . . 



Simon Parkes of Over Katherine Johnson. Alice Johnson, 



INDENTURE made 9 March 174I, between (1) Dormer Parkhurst 
of Hanch Hall, co. Stafford, esquire, (2) Mary Smith of St. 
Andrew's, Holborne, co. Middlesex, spinster, and (3) John Parkhurst 
of Catesby, co. Northampton, esquire, the Rev. John Byrd, Rector 
of Thimblebye, co. Lincoln, Sir John Smith of Queen Square, 
Bloomsbury, co. Middlesex, baronet, and George Heathcote of 
Walthamstow, co. Essex, esquire. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Smith, 
Dormer Parkhurst grants unto John Parkhurst, &c, the manors of 
Barnacle and Shilton, co. Warwick, to the use of the said Dormer and 
Mary and their heirs. 

Signatures of Dormer Parkhurst, Mary Smith, John Parkhurst, 
John Byrd, J. Smith, George Heathcote. 
Witnesses : Edward Brown, Hugh Fraser. 

March 15. "Dormer Parkhurst of Hanch Hall, Staffordshire, 
Esq ; — to Miss Molly Smith, Sister of Sir John Smith, Bart, with 
6,oool." — Gent's Mag., Vol. 13 {1743), page 162. 



William Johnson of Middleton,=j= 
co. Warwick, yeoman ; living 
22 March 164^. 




living 22 March 
164?. 



Parkhurst and Smith. 



172 



Parmiter and Gilbert. 



INDENTURE made 20 June 1635, between (1) Henry Parmiter of 
Tockington, co. Gloucester, gent, son and heir of Edward Parmiter, 
late of Tockington, gent, deceased, and (2) Nicholas Streate of Burport, 
co. Dorset, clerk, and Thomas Gilbert of London, gent. 

In consideration of his marriage with Elizabeth, sister of Thomas 
Gilbert and daughter of John Gilbert of Hambrook, co. Gloucester, 
gent, Henry Parmiter grants unto Nicholas Streate and Thomas Gilbert 
the mansion house, &c, in Tockington in the occupation of George 
Mills, gent, and Susan his wife, late the wife of Edward Parmiter, to the 
use of the said Henry and Elizabeth and their issue. 
Signatures of Hen : Parmytar, Thomas Gilbert. 
Witnesses : Will m Yeamans, Era : Yeamans, John Haggatt. 
Endorsed : " By virtue of a Comission issued forth of his Ma ties 
High Court of Chancery to us and others directed for examination of 
witnesses in a cause there depending between Francis Parmytar, gent, 
Complayn', and Edward Parmytar, gent, Def, this deed was shewed 
forth unto Francis Yeamans, gent, William Halden, gent, Nathaniell 
Haggatt, Esq., Edward Pritchard, gent, and Robert Thurston, Mercer 
att the execution of the said Comission upon the six and twentieth day 
of August Anno Dni 1681, att the time of their respective examinations 
to the Fowerth Interrogatory on the part of the said Complayn' and by 
them severally deposed unto before us. Hugh Parnell, 

Edw: Morse." 

=j=Edward Parmiter=Susan, living=George Mills John Gilbert of=^= 
of Tockington, 20 June of Tockington, Hambrook, co. 
co. Gloucester, 1635. g er »t ; living Gloucester, gent; 

gent; died before 20 June 1635. living 20 June 

20 June 1635. 1635. 



Henry Parmiter Elizabeth, marr. before Thomas Gilbert of 
of Tockington, 20 June 1635 (date of London, gent; living 
gent. marriage settlements). 20 June 1635. 



Patchett and Shenton. 

INDENTURE made 20 September 1634, between (1) Humphry 
Patchett of Barwell, co. Leicester, the elder, gent, Ann his wife, and 
(2) Francis Shenton of Barwell, gent, Christopher Smallwood of 
Coventry, woollen draper, and Thomas Hindman of Barwell, yeoman. 

In consideration of the marriage of their son Humphry Patchett 
with Mary, one of the daughters of Francis Shenton, Humphry and 



173 



Ann Patchett agree to acknowledge unto Christopher Smallwood and 
Thomas Hindman a fine of a messuage, land, &c., in Barwell to the 
use of the said Humphry (the son), at the age of 22, and Mary and 
their issue, they to provide sufficient maintenance for Dorothy 
Scargill, widow. 

Signatures of Fras: Shenton, Chris: Smallwood, Thomas Hindman. 

Witnesses : George Morris, John Shenton, Richard Bradgate. 

Endorsed with a promise dated 9 March 163-i, of Humphry 
Patchett, the elder, to recompense Humphry and Mary Patchett for 
any loss they may sustain by the claims of Mary, wife of John 
Pole, clerk. 

Witness : Jarvis Bradgan. 



Humphry Patchett of=j=Ann, living 



Barwell, co. Leicester, 
gent ; living 9 March 
163!. 



20 September 
1634. 



Francis Shenton of= 
Barwell, gent ; living 
9 March 1634. 



Humphry Patchett=Mary, marr. before 20 
of Barwell ; not 22, September 1634 (date of 
20 September 1634. marriage settlements). 



Peachey and Day. 

INDENTURE made 28 August 1818, between (1) James Peachey of 
Goswell Street, St. Luke's, co. Middlesex, gent, (2) Frances Day 
of Clerkenwell Green, co. Middlesex, spinster, and (3) James Day of 
Clerkenwell Green, printer, and William Day of Goswell Street, printer. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with James Peachey, 
Frances Day assigns to James and William Day ^975 in trust for her 
during the time of her marriage. 

Signatures of James Peachey, Frances Day, James Day, William Day. 
Witnesses : Chas : Long, Rob' Hood. 



Peacock and Lloyd. 

INDENTURE made ( ) July 1807, between (1) Thomas Gooderick 
J- Peacock of Fort Etna, co. Limerick, esquire, (2) Alice Lloyd of 
Castle Connell, co. Limerick, spinster, (3) John Lloyd of Dublin, 
esquire, barrister-at-law, and Edmund Bourke of Ballyvoreen, co. 
Limerick, esquire, and (4) Joseph Gabbett, the younger, of Limerick, 
esquire, and the Rev. Richard Lloyd of Towerhill, co. Limerick, clerk. 

By indenture made . . . . 1807, between (1) Alice Lloyd, (2) her 
brother, the Rev. Edward Lloyd, and (3) their nephew, Joseph Gabbett, 



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Edward Lloyd granted to Alice an annuity of ^240 on her releasing 
to him one-third part of lands at Towerhill, &c, co. Limerick; she 
is also entitled to an annuity of ^70 on lands in Connegevall, 
co. Limerick, payable by her brother, the Rev. Thomas Lloyd, and is 
possessed of a house in William Street ; also Thomas Gooderick 
Peacock is possessed of sufficient estates chargeable with a sum of 
^3000 for his children by his late wife Mary Peacock, alias Lloyd, 
by her marriage settlements dated 6 October 1787; so now, in 
consideration of her intended marriage with Thomas Gooderick 
Peacock, Alice Lloyd grants unto John Lloyd and Edmund Bourke 

her said annuities, &c 

Signatures of Thos : G. Peacock, Alice Lloyd. 



Mary Lloyd, mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 6 October 
1787 ; died before 
July 1807. /K 



=Thomas Gooderick Alice 
Peacock of Fort Lloyd. 
Etna, co. Limerick, 
esquire. 



Rev. Edward Lloyd. 



Gabbett.= 



Marriage Settlements 
dated July 1807. 



Rev. Thomas Lloyd. 



Joseph Gabbett, the younger, of 
Limerick, esquire; living July 1807. 



Pennington and Harper. 

INDENTURE made 5 November 1794, between (t) Mary Harper, 
late of Keynsham Place, in Keynsham, co. Somerset, but now of 
St. George's, Bloomsbury, co. Middlesex, spinster, (2) Robert Rainy 
Pennington of Millman Street, in St. Andrew's, Holborn, surgeon, and 
(3) Anthony Clarke of Angel Court, London, stockbroker, and Richard 
Pennington of Oxford Street, linendraper. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with Robert Rainy 
Pennington, Mary Harper grants unto Anthony Clarke and Richard 

Pennington " Keynsham Place," co. Somerset 

Signatures of Mary Harper, Robert Rainy Pennington, Anth : 
Clarke, Richard Pennington. 

Witnesses : Rich d Rossier, Mary Ann Rossier. 

Robert Rainy Pennington and Mary Harper were married 
6 November 17Q4. — Registers of St. George's, Bloomsbury, co. 
Middlesex. 



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Perkins and Blencow. 

INDENTURE made 29 September 1722, between (1) John Perkins 
of Hornton, co. Oxford, servant, (2) Thomas Blencow of Mollington, 
co. Warwick, cordwainer, and his daughter Mary Blencow, " spinstress," 
and (3) Joseph Meddom of Hornton, gent, and William Blencow of 
Great Bourton, co. Oxford, cordwainer, brother of Mary Blencow. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Blencow, John 
Perkins grants unto Joseph Meddom and William Blencow, cottage, 
&c, in Great Hornton bought by him of his brother Thomas Perkins, 
to the use of himself and the said Mary Blencow and their issue. 
Witnesses : Jn° Clarkson, John Neville. 

Endorsed with receipt of £20 from Thomas Blencow, signed 
John parkins. 



Thomas Blencow ; 
of Mollington, co. 
Warwick, cord- 
wainer. 



Thomas 
Perkins. 



John Perkins of 
Hornton, co. 
Oxford, servant. 



Mary Blencow. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
29 September 1722. 



William Blencow of 
Great Bourton, co. 
Oxford, cordwainer ; 
living 29 September 
1722. 



Perry and [ ]. 

INDENTURE made 5 June 1707, between (1) John Perry of 
Wellington, co. Somerset, soap-boiler, (2) Thomas Fry of Sampford 
Arundel, co. Somerset, yeoman, and Robert Kerslake of Holcombe 
Rogus, co. Devon, yeoman. 

In consideration of his marriage with Elianor his now wife, John 
Perry grants unto Thomas Fry and Robert Kerslake a messuage, &c, 
in Woodford to the use of the said John and Elianor Perry. 
Signatures of John Perry, Rob : Kerslake. 
Witnesses : Robert Southey, William Bowring. 



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Pershouse and Pearson. 



INDENTURE made 14 October 1721, between (1) Jonah Pershouse 
of Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, ironmonger, only son and heir of 
William Pershouse, late of Wolverhampton, locksmith, by Katherine 
his wife, both deceased, (2) Thomas Whitmore, the younger, of 
Nether Pen, co. Stafford, gent, and Edward Pearson, son of John 
Pearson of Wolverhampton, ironmonger, (3) John Pearson, and 
(4) his daughter Elizabeth Pearson. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Pearson, 
Jonah Pershouse grants unto Thomas Whitmore and Edward Pearson 
land at Cosely, in Sedgley, co. Stafford, to the use of the said Jonah 
and Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of Jonah Pershouse, Edward Pearson, John Pearson, 
Elizabeth Pearson. 

Witnesses : Benj : Pearson, Tho : Moreton. 

Endorsed : " M r Jonah Pershouse his Settlem 1 precedent to his 
Intermarrigge with M rs Elizabeth Pearson dated 14 Oct 1721 ; The 
Said Couple was Married the Last Day of the said Month and year." 



William Pershouse= 
of Wolverhampton, 
co. Stafford ; lock- 
smith ; died before 
14 October 1721. 



=Katherine, died 
before 14 Oc- 
tober 1721. 



John Pearson of= 
Wolverhampton, iron- 
monger ; living 14 
October 1721. 



Jonah Pershouse=Elizabeth, marr. 
of Wolverhampton, 3 1 October 1 7 2 1 . 
ironmonger. - 

Marriage Settlements dated 
14 October 1721. 



Edward Pearson, 
living 14 October 
1721. 



Pershouse and [ ]. 

INDENTURE made 24 May 1693, between (1) Nicholas Pershouse 
of Coseley, in Sedgley, co. Stafford, yeoman, (2) his youngest son, 
William Pershouse of Coseley, locksmith, and Katherine his now wife, 
and (3) Thomas Whitemore of Nether Penn, co. Stafford. 

In consideration of the marriage of the said William Pershouse with 
Katherine his now wife, Nicholas Pershouse grants unto Thomas 



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Whitmore land, &c, in Coseley to the use of the said William and 
Catherine and their heirs. 

Signatures of Nicholas Pershous, William Pearshous. 

Witnesses : Tho : Hatton, Adam Pershouse, Samuel Pipe. 

Endorsed : "These writings belong to my sister Katherine Pershouse." 

Nicholas Pershouse of=j= 
Coseley, in Sedgley, 
co. Stafford, yeoman ; 
living 24 May 1693. 



William Pershouse of=Katherine, marr. before 
Coseley, locksmith. 24 May 1693 (date of 
marriage settlements). 



Peryns and Simpkin. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 18 April 1686, between 
(1) Simon Peryns of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, co. Leicester, gent, and 
(2) Thomas Simpkin of Little Glen, co. Leicester, gent, and his only 
daughter Elizabeth Simpkin. 

In consideration of his intended marriage before the feast of the 
Holy Trinity next ensuing, with Elizabeth Simpkin, Simon Peryns 
agrees to convey to Thomas Simpkin and his son and heir apparent, 
Joseph Simpkin, his messuage, &c, in Ashby-de-la-Zouch to the use of 
the said Simon and Elizabeth and their issue ; and his lands in 
Ticknall, co. Derby, to the use of Anne Peryns (late called Anne 
Pearson, widow), the relict of his late father Simon Peryns, for life, then 
to the above uses ; and Thomas Simpkin agrees to bestow with his 
daughter, in addition to £200 portion, "Beds & furniture and other 
Dead goods in the nature of a Bride-Cart." 
Signature of Simon Peryns. 

Witnesses: Theoph: Grene, Elizabeth Grene, Joseph Simpkin, 
Tho: Theede. 



=Simon Peryns,=Ann, living=. . . Pearson, 
died before 18 18 April 1st husband. 
April 1686. 1686. 



Thomas Simpkin of= 
Little Glen, co. 
Leicester, gent ; 
living 18 April 1 686. 



Simon Peryns of 
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 
co. Leicester, gent. 



Elizabeth Simpkin 
(only daughter). 



Joseph Simpkin (son 
and heir apparent) ; 
living 18 April 1686. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
18 April 1686. 

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Phillipps and Amias. 

INDENTURE made 22 December 1634, between (1) John Phillipps 
of Hope-Bowdler, co. Salop, yeoman, and Joyce his wife, (2) his 
son and heir apparent, Richard Phillipps of Astwood, in Lidbury, 
co. Salop, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Peter Amias of 
Astwood, in Lidbury, yeoman, and (3) Richard Baker of Rushbury, 
co. Salop, and Humphry Home of Wentnor, co. Salop. 

In consideration of the marriage of Richard Phillipps with Elizabeth 
his wife, John and Joyce Phillipps grant unto Richard Baker and 
Humphry Home the messuage, &c, in Hope-Bowdler they now dwell 
in, to the use of the said John and Joyce for life, then to the use of the 
said Richard and Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of Richard (x) Phillipps, Richard (x) Baker, Humphry 
(x) Home. 

Witnesses : Peter Amias, Harry Harper, W m Phillipps, Fra : 
Phillipps. 



John Phillipps of= 
Hope-Bowdler, co. 
Salop, yeoman ; 
living 22 December 
1634. 



r 



=Joyce, living 
22 December 
1634. 



Peter Amias of= 
Lidbury, co. Salop, 
yeoman ; living 2 2 
December 1634. 



Richard Phillipps of=Elizabeth, marr. before 
Lidbury, co. Salop; 22 December 1634 (date 
yeoman. of marriage settlements). 



Phillips and Hicks. 

DEED POLL dated 20 May 1656, of John Phillips of Greet, in 
Winchcombe, co. Gloucester, yeoman. 
In consideration of an intended marriage between his son Richard 
Phillips and Martha Hicks, daughter of Simon Hicks of Greet, yeoman, 
John Phillips grants unto the said Richard and Martha land at Greet 
or Sudeley, in Winchcomb to the use of the said Richard and Martha 
and their issue, ^50 being reserved to John Phillips to dispose of by 
will to his other children or his wife Mary, and if his grandson John 



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Phillips, son of John Phillips, deceased, die before him, he to have 
the right to dispose of the goods belonging to the said John. 
Signature of John .... 

Witnesses : John Dreening, John Page ah. Mathewes (by mark), 
John Howlett. 



John Phillips of Greet,= 
in Winchcombe, co. 
Gloucester, yeoman ; 
living 20 May 1656. 



I 

John Phillips of=j= 
Greet; died before 
20 May 1656. 



=Mary, living 
20 May 
1656. 



Simon Hicks of= 
Greet, yeoman ; 
living 20 May 
1656. 



Richard Phillips 
of Greet. 



Martha 
Hicks. 



John Phillips, living 
20 May 1656. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
20 May 1656. 



Pickering and Clay. 

INDENTURE made 10 March 173I, between (1) Thomas Pickering 
of Elmhurst, co. Stafford, yeoman, brother and heir of Robert 
Pickering, late of Elmhurst, yeoman, deceased, (2) Ann Clay of 
Lichfield, spinster, and (3) her younger brother, John Clay of Elmhurst, 
yeoman, and Thomas Deakin of Fisherwick, co. Stafford, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Ann Clay, Thomas 
Pickering grants unto John Clay and Thomas Deaking a messuage, &c, 
in Buddeleigh, in the lordship of Baulterly, co. Stafford, to the use of 
the said Thomas and Ann and their children. 

Signatures of Thomas (x) Pickering, Ann Clay, John (x) Clay, 
Tho: Deakin. 

Witnesses: Step" Simpson, Ad: Ward, Joseph Simpson. 



Robert Pickering Thomas Picker- Ann John Clay (younger son), 

of Elmhurst, co. ing of Elmhurst, Clay. of Elmhurst, yeoman; 

Stafford, yeoman; yeoman. ■. living 10 March 1 73^. 

died before 10 Marriage Settlements dated 
March 173^. IO March 173^. 



1 So 



Pollen and Huband. 



INDENTURE made 28 January 169!, between (1) John Pollen, 
esquire, and Edward Pollen, gent, his son and heir apparent, 

(2) Sir John Huband, baronet, and Jane Huband his daughter, 

(3) John Smith, esquire, William Gulston, esquire, and Robert Eyre 
of Lincoln's Inn, esquire, (4) Edward Pyle, esquire, and Robert Eyre, 
clerk, and (5) John Huband, esquire, son and heir apparent of 
Sir John Huband, Richard Natly and John Limbrey, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Edward Pollen 
and Jane Huband, John and Edward Pollen grant unto John Smith, 
William Gulston and Robert Eyre the manor of Penington Mewsey, 
co. Hants, to the use of Robert Pyle and Robert Eyre of St. Mary's 
College, in trust to pay £100 yearly to John Pollen and the rest to 
Edward Pollen and Jane Huband and their heirs ; this indenture 
to be void if the marriage be not celebrated within one month 

{Abstract of indenture on paper.') 



John Pollen, esquire j=y= 
living 28 January 
i6 9 f. 



Sir John Huband,= 
baronet; living 28 
January 169I. 



Edward Pollen, Jane Huband. 
gent. . , < 

Marriage Settlements dated 
28 January 169!. 



John Huband, son 
and heir apparent ; 
living 28 January 
i6 9 f. 



Pond and Dimsdale. 

INDENTURE made 26 June 1731, between (1) Susanna Dimsdale 
of Theydon Garnon, co. Essex, spinster, daughter of John 
Dimsdale, late of Theydon Garnon, surgeon, deceased, and her eldest 
brother, Robert Dimsdale of the same, surgeon, (2) John Pond of 
London, linendraper, and (3) Felix Wright of Brent Pelham, co. 
Hertford, gent, and Peter Calvert of Stortford, co. Hertford, gent. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with John Pond, Susanna 
and Robert Dimsdale grant unto Felix Wright and Peter Calvert, lands, 
&c, in High Laver and Harlow, co. Essex, in trust for the said John 
and Susanna for life, then to the purposes of her will; and Susanna 
Dimsdale also grants to the same uses ^500 due to her at the 
death of Dame Susanna Dimsdale, under the will of her father's cousin, 
Sir John Dimsdale of Hertford, knight, dated 25 December 1726, and 
her share of an estate in Theydon Garnon left to her and her brothers, 

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Thomas and Joseph Dimsdale, by their late father's will dated 
3 December 1727, expectant on the death of their mother Susanna, 
of which their uncles, William Dimsdale and Calvert and Thomas 
Bowyer are trustees. 

Signatures of Susanna Dimsdale, Robert Dimsdale, John Pond, 
Pet r Calvert. 

Witnesses : Rob 1 King, Thos : Pocklington. 



(John) Dimsdale.= 



Sir John Dimsdale=Susanna, 
of Hertford, knight. 
Will dated 25 Sep- 
tember 1726. 



(Robert) Dimsdale. 



T 



William Dimsdale, John Dimsdale=j=Susanna, 



living 


living 


26 June of Theydon 


living 26 


26 June 


I73 1 - 


Garnon, co. 


June 1 73 1. 


i73i- 


Essex, surgeon; 






died before 26 








June 1 731. Will 








dated 3 De- 








cember 1727. 





John Pond of 
London, linen 
draper. * 



Susanna. Robert Dimsdale of Thomas Dimsdale, 



Marriage Settlements dated 
26 June 1731. 



Theydon Garnon, 
surgeon ; living 26 
June 1731. 



living 26 June 1731. 

(See " Dictionary 
of National Bio- 
graphy," Vol. XV, 
page 92.) 



Calvert Bowyer, 
living 26 June 
I73 1 - _ 

Thomas Bowyer, 
living 26 June 
I73 1 - 



Joseph Dimsdale, 
living 26 June 
I73 1 - 



Poole and Osborne. 

INDENTURE made 1 June 1670, between (1) William Foweler of 
Coombes, co. Suffolk, yeoman, and (2) Robert Osborne of 
Bilderston, co. Suffolk, yeoman, and Thomas Denney of Coombes, 
yeoman. 

In consideration of the marriage of his kinswoman Anne, now the 
wife of Thomas Poole of Coombes, yeoman, William Fowler grants 
unto Robert Osborne and Thomas Denny lands in Coombes to the use 
of the said Thomas and Anne and their issue. 

Signatures of William foollere, Thomas Denney and (? tvitness) 
William (x) Greene. 

Thomas Poole of=Ann, marr. before 1 June 
Combs, co. Suffolk, 1670 (date of marriage 
yeoman. settlements). 

1661. " Thomas Poole 6° Ann Osborn both single persons of this 
Parish were married Ja?i : /J t; '." — Registers of Combs, co. Suffolk. 



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Powell and Tirrell. 



INDENTURE made 10 May 1732, between (1) John Powell, the 
elder, of New Sarum, co. Wilts, gent, and John Powell, the younger, 
of Andover, co. Hants, surgeon, his eldest son, (2) Mary Tirrell of 
Andover, spinster, daughter of Cornelius Tirrell, the elder, of Andover, 
gent, and (3) the said Cornelius Tirrell and Francis Powell of New 
Sarum, gent, son of John Powell, the elder, and Cornelius Tirrell, the 
younger, of Andover, gent, son of the said Cornelius Tirrell, and 
Alexander Powell of New Sarum, gent, son of John Powell, the elder; 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Powellj the 
younger, and Mary Tirrell, John Powell, the elder, and John Poweli 
assign to Cornelius Tirrell, &c, ^1300 in trust for the use of the said 
John Powell and Mary Tirrell and their issue. 

{Office copy on paper.) 



John Powell of New= 
Sarum, co. Wilts, 
gent ; living 1 o May 
1732. 



Francis Powell 
of New Sarum, 
gent ; living 
10 May 1732. 



Alexander Powell 
of New Sarum, 
gent; living 10 
May 1732. 



Cornelius Tirrell of= 
Andover, co. Hants, 
gent; living 10 May 
1732. 



John Powell= 
of Andover, 
surgeon (eldest 
son). v r 



=Mary 
Tirrell. 



Cornelius Tirrell of 
Andover, gent ; 
living 10 May 1732. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
10 May 1732. 



"John Powell of A?idover, gent., & Mary Tirrell of the same, 
spinster, at Andover 7 August IJ32. Cornelius Tirrell of Andover, 
gent., bondsman?' — Allegation for Marriage Licence at Winchester. 

1732. "Aug* 8. John Powell 6r* Mary Tirrell by Licence." — 
Registers of St. Mary's, Andover, co. Hants. 



Price and Gwynne. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 29 August 1666, between 
(1) Owen Price of Gluntleydach, co. Carmarthen, esquire, and 
Katherine his wife, and (2) William Gwynn of Talliaris, in Carmarthen, 
esquire, Rowland Gwynn of Talliaris, esquire, John Powell of Etanurda, 
co. Carmarthen, esquire, and John Williams of Carmarthen, esquire. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Thomas Price, 
son and heir apparent of Owen Price, and Elizabeth, one of the 

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daughters of William Gwynne, Owen and Katherine Price agree to 
acknowledge a fine on their lands in Molterey and Llanfadach, co. 
Carmarthen, to the uses hereafter to be declared. 

Signatures of Owen Price, Katherin Price (by mark). 

Witnesses : William Gwynne, jun r , Rowl Richards, Rees Lewis, 
Roderick Price, R. Pryce. 

Owen Price, =j=Catherine, living William Gwynne of Talliaris,=j= 



living 29 
August 1666. 



29 August 1666. co. Carmarthen, esquire 
living 29 August 1666. 



Thomas Price. Elizabeth Gwynne. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
29 August 1666. 



Prust and Summers. 

TNDENTURE made 16 May 1804, between (1) Stephen Prust of 
J- Bristol, merchant, (2) William Summers, the elder, of New Bond 
Street, co. Middlesex, ironmonger, and Sarah Summers, one of his 
daughters, a minor, and (3) William Summers, the younger, of New 
Bond Street, ironmonger, and the Rev. John Cooke of Maidenhead, 
co. Buckingham. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between the said Stephen 
Prust and Sarah Summers, William Summers has placed ^"750 bank 
annuities with William Summers, the younger, and John Cooke in 
trust for Sarah Summers and her issue by the said Stephen Prust. 

Signatures of Stephen Prust, W m Summers, Sen r , Sarah Summers, 
William Summers, Jun r , John Cooke. 

Witnesses : A. H. Turner, Margaret Street, Cav : Sq r , H. H. Turner, 
his clerk. 

William Summers of New Bond=j= 
Street, co. Middlesex, ironmonger; 
living 16 May 1804. 



Stephen Prust of=Sarah Summers, not 21, William Summers 
Bristol, merchant. 16 May 1804. of New Bond 

1 , ' Street, ironmonger. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
16 May 1804. 

1804. May 22. "Stephen Prust 0/ Clifton, co. Gloucester, bachelor, 
and Sarah Summers of this parish, spinster, by licence." — Registers of 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London. 

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Punchard and Sutton. 



{See "Notes" to " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. V., page 40) 



Rainberd and Godbold. 

{See " Fragmenta Genealogica," Vol. I., page 32.) 



Randle and Clarke. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 14 February 174^ between 
(1) Abraham Randle of Lufton, co. Kent, joiner, (2) Elizabeth 
Clarke of Exeter, spinster, and (3) John Fursman, clerk, Chancellor of 
Exeter Cathedral and Peter Burnaford of Lamerton, co. Devon, clerk. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Clarke, 
Abraham Randle agrees within twelve months after the said marriage to 
lay out ^300 on the purchase of leasehold land and convey the same 
to John Fursman and Peter Burnaford in trust for the said Abraham 
and Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of Abraham Randle, Elizabeth Clarke, John Fursman, 
Peter Burnaford. 

Witnesses : Edmund Granger, Ann Wakeham. 



Randolph and Harding. 

INDENTURE made 1 April 1721, between (1) James Randolph of 
-L Tedbury, co. Gloucester, apothecary, and Bethia his wife, 
(2) Thomas Edwards of Bristol, esquire, and Walter Chapman, the 
younger, of Bath, saddler, and (3) William Scammell of Tedbury, clerk, 
and J ohn Sloper of the same, mercer. 

By indentures made 10 October 17 11, between (1) James Randolph 
(2) his wife, then Bethia Harding of Bath, widow, and (3) Thomas 
Edwards and Walter Chapman, in consideration of his intended 
marriage, James Randolph agreed to settle £900 on his wife and 
granted to Thomas Edwards and Walter Chapman a messuage, &c, 
at Doughton, in Tedbury, till the said sum should be paid. By 
deed poll dated 10 June 17 12, James and Bethia Randolph paid 
£102 $s. to the use of Benjamin Randolph of Bristol, soap boiler, 
and by indentures dated 24 June 17 12, they paid a further ,£302 $s., 
and again on 27 October 17 16, a further j£ioo. Now James and 

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Bethia Randolph transfer to William Scammell and John Sloper the 
residue of the ^900 in trust to the use of their second son, Charles 
Randolph, with reversion to their eldest son, James Burton Randolph, 
and their daughter, Bethia Randolph. 

Signatures of James Randolph, Bethia Randolph, Tho: Edwards, 
Walt 1 ' Chapman, jun r , W m Scammell, Jn° Sloper. 

Witnesses: Fr: Savage, Tho: Elliott, Rob: King. 

( William) Harding.=Bethia {Burton), marr.=j=James Randolph of Tedbury, 



1 st husband. between 10 October 

1711 and 10 June 1712. 



co. Gloucester, apothecary ; living 
1 April 1 72 1. 2nd husband. 



James Burton Randolph, Charles Randolph, Bethia, living 
living 1 April 1721. living 1 April 172 1. 1 April 1721. 



Rant and Freston. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 21 August 1699, between 
(1) James Rant of Mendham, co. Suffolk, gent, (2) Edward 
Freston of Pulham St. Mary Magdalen, co. Norfolk, gent, and William 
Rant of St. Paul's, Covent Garden, co. Middlesex, laceman, and 
(3) Theophila Freston of Starston, co. Norfolk, spinster. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Theophila Freston, 
James Rant agrees to settle his lands in Mendham, Weybread, &c, co. 
Suffolk, on them and their issue. 

Signatures of James Rant, The Freston. 

Witnesses : Mary Freston, Will : Patten, Robt : Lowde. 




Anthony Freston of Mendhanv 
co. Suffolk, esquire ; died before 
21 August 1699. 



James Rant of=Theophila 
Mendham, gent. Freston. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
21 August 1699. 



Edward Freston of 
Pulham St. Mary 
Magdalen, co. Nor- 
folk, gent ; living 
21 August 1699. 



Elizabeth, living 
21 August 1699. 



"M r James Rant married to Theophila Freston at Starston 
Sept. 5, 16pp." — Registers of Starston, co. Norfolk. 

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Raynbow and Baker. 



INDENTURE made 21 November 1632, between (1) William 
Raynebow of Priors Marston, co. Warwick, husbandman, son and 
heir apparent of James Raynebow of Priors Marston, husbandman, 
(2) William Baker of the same, husbandman, and Thomas Baker, his 
eldest son. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary, one of the 
daughters of William Baker, William Raynebow, grants to William 
and Thomas Baker one half of the "Mill house," &c, in Priors 
Marston for the use of the said William and Mary. 

Signature of William (x) Baker. 

Witnesses : James Raynebow, Thomas Wright, James Rainebow, 
jun r , William Masters. 

INDENTURE made 21 December 1632, between (1) James 
Raynebowe of Priors Marston, co. Warwick, husbandman, and 
(2) William Raynebowe. 

In consideration of the above intended marriage, James Raynebowe 
grants unto William Raynebow, land, &c, in Priors Marston purchased 
of Thomas Hall of Priors Marston, gent, by indenture dated 7 January 
16 if, to the use of the said James and Kinborrowe, now his wife, 
for life, and then to the use of the said William and his heirs. 
Signature of James Raynbowe. 

Witnesses: Willm: Baker, Thome Wright, James Raineborowe, jun r , 
William Misters. 



James Raynbowe 
Priors Marston, co. 
Warwick, husbandman ; 
living 2 1 December 1632. 



of=j=Kinborrowe, 
living 21 De- 
cember 1632. 



William Baker of= 
Priors Marston, hus- 
bandman ; living 2 1 
December 1632. 



William Raynbowe of Priors Mary Baker. 
Marston, husbandman, son 
and heir apparent. - 

Marriage Settlements dated 
21 December 1632. 



I 

Thomas Baker, 
living 2 1 No- 
vember 1632. 



Other 
issue. 



Reed and Browne. 

INDENTURE made 17 March 1792, between (1) Martha Browne 
of South Molton, co. Devon, spinster, (2) John Reed of Chawleigh, 
co. Devon, yeoman, and (3) John Quartly, mercer, and James Pearse, 
gent, both of South Molton. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with John Reed, Martha 

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Browne transfers to John Quartly and James Pearse £600 in trust to 
the use of herself after marriage. 

Signatures of Martha Browne, John Reed. 

Witnesses : Nich s Gould, Lewis M 1 Tucker. 

"John Reed of the Parish of Chauky, yeoman, and Martha Browne 
of this Parish, spinster, were married in this church by Licence the 
30 th day of April iyg2 by J. Elworthy, Minister, in the Presence of 
John Browne, George Marsh." — Registers of South Molton, co. Devon. 



Rees and Morgan. 

INDENTURE made 20 July 1733, between (1) Robert Rees of 
Carmarthen, mercer, (2) Katherine Morgan of Talley, co. Carmarthen, 
spinster, and (3) Charles Morgan, the elder, of Llandovery, co. Car- 
marthen, gent, and James Price of Mothvey, co. Carmarthen, gent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Katherine Morgan, 
Robert Rees grants to Charles Morgan and James Price a messuage 
in St. Mary's Street, Carmarthen, mortgaged by him 20 July 1730 
to Katherine Mansell of Carmarthen, widow (now the wife of Henry 
Price, gent), to the use of the said Katherine Morgan, with whose 
money the mortgage is redeemed. 

Signatures of Rob' Rees, Catherine Morgan. 
Witnesses : David Lloyd, David Price, Edw : Davids. 



Reeve and Saunderson. 

INDENTURE made 19 June 1639, between (1) Richard Reeve, 
Citizen and Saddler of London, (2) Francis Stevens of Aylesbury, 
co. Buckingham, gent, and (3) Roger Saunderson of Pittleshorne, co. 
Buckingham, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Frances Saunderson, 
eldest daughter of Roger Saunderson, Richard Reeve agrees to convey 
to Francis Stevens his messuage, &c, the "White Bear," in Peascod 
Street, New Windsor, co. Berks, to the use of the said Richard and 
Frances and their heirs. 

Signatures of Fra: Stevens, Roger Sanderson. 
Witnesses: Fra: Stevens, David Stevens, Thomas Cave. 

Roger Saunderson of Pittleshorne,=|= 
co. Buckingham, yeoman ; living 
19 June 1639. . 

Richard Reeve, Citizen Frances Saunderson 
and Saddler of London. (eldest daughter). 

Marriage Settlements dated 
19 June 1639. 



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Regnier and Regnier. 



A RTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 26 January 1762, between 
f*- (1) Andrew Regnier of Leicester Fields, in St. Martin's, co. 
Middlesex, tailor, (2) his second son John Regnier of Southampton 
Street, Covent Garden, laceman, (3) David Regnier of Church Lane, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, tailor, (4) his daughter Ann Regnier, and 
(5) John Poumies of Bolton Street, St. George's, Hanover Square, 
esquire, and Andrew Regnier, the younger, of Leicester Fields. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Regnier 
and Ann Regnier, Andrew Regnier agrees to settle on them ^"iooo at 
his death, and David Regnier to transfer to their use ^1000 Bank 
annuities. 

Signatures of Andrew Regnier, Jn° Regnier, David Regnier, Ann 
Regnier, John Poumies, And w Regnier, jun r . 
Witnesses : Joseph Avarn, Alex r Whitchurch. 

Endorsed : " This Parchment writing was shown to Joseph Avarn 
at the time of his Examination taken in Chancery on the part and 
behalf of Andrew Regnier the Younger who survived John Poumies, 
deceased David Regnier & Ann the Wife of John Regnier by the said 
Andrew Regnier her next friend Complain" ag' David Buffar Charles 
Maddox Hardy & John Regnier Def ts . 

John Spooner by J. W." 



Andrew Regnier of St.=j= 
Martin's-in-the- Fields, 
Westminster, tailor ; 
living 2 6 January 1762. 



Andrew Regnier of St. Martin's- 
in-the-Fields ; living 26 January 
1762. 



David Regnier of Churchz 
Lane, Chelsea, co. Mid- 
dlesex, tailor ; living 26 
January 1762. 



John Regnier. Ann Regnier. 

Marriage Articles dated 
26 January 1762. 



Regnier and [ ]. 

INDENTURE made 10 April 1750, between (1) Andrew Regnier of 
St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, co. Middlesex, tailor, and (2) John Crush 
of Christ Church, co. Middlesex, silk thrower, and Richard Curson 
of St. Ann's, Westminster, co. Middlesex, distiller. 

In consideration of his affection for his wife, Wigg Regnier, and 
their children Andrew, John, Mary and Elizabeth Regnier, Andrew 
Regnier transfers to John Crush and Richard Curson ^6000 bank 

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annuities on trust to the use of the said Andrew and Wigg for life, 
then to the use of the said Andrew, John, Mary and Elizabeth Regnier 
at age of twenty-one or day of marriage. 

Signatures of Andrew Regnier, John Crush, Rich d Curson. 

Witnesses: James Buffar, Tho: Dunch. 

Andrew Regnier of St. Martin's-=j=Wigg. 
in-the-Fields, co. Middlesex, 
tailor. 



Andrew Regnier, John Regnier, Mary, living Elizabeth, living 
not 21, 10 April living 10 April 10 April 10 April 1750. 
1750. 1750. 1750. 



Ricard and Frankysshe. 

GRANT dated 23 May 1549, of Thomas Ricard of Hartfeld, co. 
York, gent. 

In consideration of a marriage solemnized between me and 
Margaret, late the wife of John Frankysshe, deceased, and daughter 
of Hugh Wirrall of Doncaster, esquire, I grant unto Thomas Wirrall, 
esquire, son and heir apparent of the said Hugh Wirrall, Ralph 
Barmby, jun r , Ralph Westby, jun r , and John Dilcoke, gent, my capital 
messuage and lands, &c, in Hartfeld, Hartfeld Wodhouse, Staynforthe 
and Thurne, co. York, to the use of myself and Margaret and our issue. 

Signature of Thomas Ryecard. 

Witnesses : Hugh Wirrall, esq., Gervase Bossewell, esq., William 
Parke of Stainforth, . . . Byrde of Fishlake, John Wormeley of 
Hartfeld, Robert ... of the same, Robert Person . . of the same, 
Charles Yngrame of the same, Richard Hogson of the same, Robert 
Birkes of Doncaster, John Kynder of the same, James Hall of . . . 
and many others. 

Hugh Wirrall of 1 )oncaster,=j= 
co. York, esquire ; living 
23 May 1549. 



John Frankysshe.=Margaret.=Thomas Ricard of Thomas Wirrall, 
1st husband. Hartfeld, co. York, living 23 May 

gent. 2nd husband. 1549- 

Marriage Settlements dated 
23 May 1549. 

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Richards and Reed. 



INDENTURE made 30 April 1703, between (1) William Richards 
A of Fressingfield, co. Suffolk, gent, and his son Daniel Richards of 
Mendham, and (2) George Reed of Sutton, co. Suffolk, gent, and 
Mary Reed, spinster, his daughter. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of Daniel Richards and 
Mary Reed, William Richards grants unto George Reed a messuage, 
&c, in Wetheringsett, co. Suffolk, to the use of the said Daniel and 
Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Will : Richards, Dan : Richards, George Reed, Mary 
Reed. 

Witnesses : George Reed, Tho : Bransby, Roger Lestrange, Richard 
Gowine. 



William Richards of Fressingfield, = 
co. Suffolk, gent ; living 30 April 
1703. 



George Reed of Sutton,= 
co. Suffolk, gent ; living 
30 April 1703. 



Daniel Richards Mary, 
of Mendham. <. / 



Marriage Settlements dated 
30 April 1703. 



Richardson and [ ]. 

GRANT by William Richardson of Myerscough, co. Lancaster, gent, 
dated 1 June, 2 Chas: I. (1626). 
In consideration of the marriage already solemnized between me 
and Jenet, my now wife, and my love for Thomas Richardson, my son 
and heir, and for John Richardson, my brother of the half-blood, 
I grant unto Ralph Worthington of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middlesex, gent, 
Hugh Whaley of Preston, co. Lancaster, gent, and Robert Clarkson of 
Woodplumpton, co. Lancaster, yeoman, all my lands, &c., in Claughton 
Billesborough, Woodplumpton and Great Sowerby, co. Lancaster, in 
trust for the use of me, William Richardson, for life, and then as I 
shall direct in my last will and testament. 

=t=. . . Richardson.=j= 



=j=William Richardson=Jenet, marriage John Richardson, 
of Myerscough, co. settlements dated living 1 June 
Lancaster, gent. 1 June 1626. 1626. 



Thomas Richardson, 
living 1 June 1626. 

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Richars and Anger. 



TN DENTURE made 6 October, 21 Chas : I. (1645), between 
J- (1) Edmund Richars of Walpole, co. Norfolk, yeoman, and 
(2) Nicholas Anger of Ely, co. Cambridge, yeoman, and Richard Pratt 
of Terrington, co. Norfolk, gent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Katherine Anger, 
daughter of Nicholas Anger, Edmund Richars grants to the said 
Nicholas Anger and Richard Pratt " Cottons Cote," in Terrington 
St. Johns, land in Terrington St. Clements bequeathed him by will 
of Andrew Richars, his late father, dated 12 June 1624, and reversion 
of four acres in Terrington, after the death of his mother, Sarah 
Richars, for the use of the said Edmund and Catherine and their issue. 

Signature of Edmond Richars. 

Witnesses : John Home, Robert Keymer, Roger Williamson. 



Andrew Richars of Terrington, =j=Sarah, living Nicholas Anger of=j= 

co. Norfolk ; died before 6 Oc- 6 October Ely, co. Cambridge, 

tober 1645. Will dated 12 1645. yeoman; living 6 

June 1645. October 1645. 



Edmund Richars of Walpole, Katherine Anger, 
co. Norfolk, yeoman. * 

Marriage Settlements dated 
6 October 1645. 



Rider and Marshall. 

INDENTURES of Lease and Release made 7 and 8 January 17 if, 
between (1) Elizabeth Marshall, sole daughter and heir of William 
Marshall, late of the City of Lichfield, mercer, (2) Richard Rider, the 
younger, of the Close, Lichfield, gent, (3) Gilbert Walmsley of the 
Close, Lichfield, esquire, and Henry Rider of Hallow, co. Worcester, 
clerk, and (4) Philip Hollins of Moss Lee, co. Stafford, esquire, and 
John Wedgwood of Haywood Park, co. Stafford, esquire. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with Richard Rider, 
Elizabeth Marshall grants unto Gilbert Walmsley and Henry Rider her 
lands, &c, in Longdon, Hamstall-Ridware, Yoxall and Pipe-Ridware, 
co. Stafford, to the use of the said Richard and Elizabeth and their 



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issue; and to provide a further security for the sum of ,£500 to be 

raised on the lands of Richard Rider, the elder, in Whittingtoh, 
co. Stafford. 

Signatures (on Release) of Eliz: Marshall, , R, Rider, Jun 1 ", 
(on Lease) Eliz: Marshall. 

Witnesses: Geor: Gatacre, Mary Marshall, John Marten, 
Edw d Short. " / 

TNDENTURE made 8 January 17 if, between (1) Richard Rider, 

the elder, of the Close, Lichfield, gent, and Richard Rider his son 
and heir apparent, (2) Elizabeth Marshall, (3) Philip Hollins and 
John Wedgwood, and (4) Gilbert Walmsley and Henry Rider. 

In consideration of the intended marriage between Richard Rider 
and Elizabeth Marshall, Richard Rider, the elder, grants unto Philip 
Hollins and John Wedgwood, land in Whittington, co. Stafford, to the 
use of the said Richard and Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of Rich: Rider, sen r , R. Rider, jun r , Eliz: Marshall. 

Witnesses as above. 

INDENTURE made 17 January 1756, between (1) John Wedgwood, 
formerly of Haywood Park, but now of the Harracles, in Leek, 
co. Stafford, esquire, (2) Joseph Riley of Rough Park, in Hampstall 
Ridware, co. Stafford, gent, (3) Dormer Parkhurst of Hannch Hall, in 
Longdon, co. Stafford, esquire, and John Fletcher of Lichfield, esquire, 
(4) Elizabeth Rider of Willoughby, co. Warwick, widow of Richard 
Rider, late of Lichfield, esquire, deceased, and her son, Marshall Rider 
of Willoughby, esquire, and her only other surviving child, Jane 
Rider, spinster, and (5) Charles Simpson of Lichfield, gent. 

By indentures of 7 and 8 January 17 if, power was given to raise 
portions for the younger children of Richard and Elizabeth Rider, and 
Richard Rider is lately deceased, leaving issue only Marshall and 
Jane Rider, now John Wedgwood, surviving trustee under the said 
indentures, assigns his trusteeship to Charles Simpson. 

Signatures of Jo: Wedgewood, Jo: Riley, Dormer Parkhurst, Jo: 
Fletcher, Elizabeth Rider, Marshall Rider, Jane Rider, Char: Simpson. 



Richafd Rider of the= 
Close, Lichfield ; living 
8 January 17 if. 



William Marshall of= 
Lichfield, mercer; died 
before 8 January 17 if. 



Richard Rider of the=j=Elizabeth, only dau. and heir; 



Close, Lichfield, esquire; 
died before 17 January 
1756. 



marriage settlements dated 8 
January 17 if; of Willoughby, 
co. Warwick, 17 January 1756. 



Marshall Rider of Willoughby, Jane, living 
esquire ; living 17 January 17 January 
1756. 1756. 



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Ridge and Arnold. 



INDENTURE made 20 December 1676, between (1) James 
Ridge, the elder, of Milton, in Dorking, co. Surrey, yeoman, and 
(2) William Arnold of Dorking, yeoman, and Gilbert Bristow of 
Dorking, yeoman. 

In consideration of the marriage of his youngest son, 
Benjamin Ridge with Mary, daughter of William Arnold, James Ridge 
agrees to stand possessed of land at Westcott, in Dorking, known as 
"Whitings" to the use of himself and Margaret his wife for life, and 
then of the said Benjamin and Mary and their issue. 



James Ridge, the=j=Margaret, living 
elder, of Dorking, 20 December 
co. Surrey; living 1676. 
20 December 1676. 



William Arnold of= 
Dorking ; living 20 
December 1676. 



Benjamin Ridge=Mary, marr. before 
(youngest son). 20 December 1676 
(date of marrriage 
settlements). 



Roberts and Barham. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 2 December 1701, between 
(1) Mary Barham of Stepney, co. Middlesex, widow, relict, and 
executrix of Francis Barham, late of Stepney, shipwright, (2) Robert 
Kerbey of St. Paul's, Shadwell, co. Middlesex, shipwright (executor to 
Francis Barham), and Mary his wife and Anne Hall of Stepney, 
widow, (3) Alexander Roberts, the elder, of St. Paul's, Shadwell, 
shipwright, and his younger son, Alexander Roberts, (4) Francis 
Barham of Throgmorton Street, London, and (5) Elizabeth Barham 
of the same. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Alexander 
Roberts, the younger, and Elizabeth Barham, the sum of ^100 left by 
the late Francis Barham, a pension of £14 also left by him, and ^100 
to be advanced out of the estate of Francis Barham, a minor (brother 
of Elizabeth), shall be settled on the said Alexander and Elizabeth, 
and Alexander Roberts, the elder, will also settle on them ,£150 in 
stock and ^50 in money. 



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Signatures of Mary Barham, Robert Kyrby, Mary kerby, Ann Hall, 
Alex: Roberts, Alexand: Roberts, jun., Francis Barham, Elizabeth 
Barham. 

Witnesses : Robert Wakelin, And : West, Robert Townsend. 




Alexander Roberts of St. PauPs,=f= 
Shadwell, co. Middlesex, ship- 
wright; living 2 December 1701. 



Francis Barham of Stepney, =y=Mary, living 
shipwright ; died before 
2 December 1701. 



2 December 
1701. 



Alexander Roberts. 



Elizabeth Barham. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
2 December 1701. 



Francis Barham of 
Throgmorton Street, 
London ; not 21, 
2 December 1701. 



Robinson and Babington. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 15 May 1724, between 
(1) Luke Robinson of Lichfield, mercer, (2) Dorothy Babington 
of the same, spinster, and (3) Zachary Babington of Packington, 
co. Stafford, esquire, and Theophilus Levett of Lichfield, gent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Dorothy Babington, 
Luke Robinson agrees to pay to Zachary Babington and Theophilus 
Levett the sum of ^2000 to be invested in lands for a settlement 
on the said marriage. 

Signatures of Luke Robinson, Dorothy Babington (and seal), 
Theo: Levett. 

Witnesses : James Moudon, W m Ryder. 





Luke Robinson of=Dorothy 
Lichfield, mercer. Babington. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
15 May 1724. 



Theophilus Levett= 
of Lichfield; living 
15 May 1724. 



Zachary Babington of 
Packington, co. Staf- 
ford, esquire ; living 
1 5 May 1724. 



" 1 7 May 1724. Mr. Luke Robinson & Mrs. Doro. Babbington." 
Registers of St. Mary's, Lichfield, co. Stafford. 



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Roe and Smith. 



DEED POLL made 20 May 1649, of Thomas Roe of Draycott in 
le Clay, in Hanbury, co. Stafford, blacksmith, and his mother, 
Joan Roe of the same, widow. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of the said Thomas with 
Ellen Smith, daughter of John Smith of Draycott, yeoman, Thomas 
and Joan Roe grant unto George Alcock and John Smith, son of the 
said John Smith, both of Draycott, yeomen, the messuage, &c, in 
Draycott they now dwell in to the use of the said Thomas and Ellen 
and their issue. 

Signatures of Thomas Roe, Jone (x) Roe. 

Witnesses : Robert Allen, William Walker, William Alcock, 
Thos : Holbrooke. 



. . . Roe of Draycott^ 
co. Stafford ; died before 
20 May 1649. 



=Joan, living John Smith of=f= 
20 May Draycott, yeoman ; 
1649. living 20 May 1649. 



Thomas Roe of 
Draycott, black- 
smith. 



Ellen 
Smith. 



John Smith of 
Draycott, yeoman ; 
living 20 May 1649. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
20 May 1649. 



Roman and Phillimore. 

INDENTURE made 30 January 167^, between (1) Samuel Roman 
of Greneford, co. Middlesex, yeoman, and John Roman of 
Chessington, co. Surrey, yeoman, and (2) Mary Phillimore of St. 
Bride's, London, spinster, and Robert Hide of St. Dunstan's in 
the West. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of Samuel Roman and 
Mary Phillimore, Samuel and John Roman grant unto Robert Hide 
a messuage, &c, in Great Greneford, co. Middlesex, to the use of the 
said Mary Phillimore for her dower. 

Signatures of Samuel Roman, John Roman, Mary Phillimore, 
Robt: Hyde. 

Witnesses: W m Berrow, Rob 1 Dauies, Tho: Sherman. 



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Rooke and Willinge. 

GRANT made 20 August 1639, by George Rooke of Modbury, 
co. Devon, merchant. 
In consideration of an intended marriage between my son and heir, 
Samuel Rooke, and Agnes Willinge, daughter of Michael Willinge, the 
elder, of Modbury, I grant unto Benjamin Shepherd of Modbury 
and Michael Willinge, the younger, of Aveton-Gifford, co. Devon, 
yeoman, a cottage and lands in Church Street, Modbury, for the use of 
the said Samuel and Agnes and their heirs. 
Signature of George Rooke. 

Witnesses : Christopher Sauery, Robto : Baker, William Foord, 
Edward Willinge. 

George Rooke of Modbury,=j= Michael Willinge of=j= 



co. Devon, merchant ; living 
20 August 1639. 



Modbury ; living 20 
August 1639. 



Samuel Rooke. Agnes Willinge. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
20 August 1639. 



Rose and Chamberlayne. 

TNDENTURE made 26 October 1636, between (1) John Rose of 
i- Over Tysoe, co. Warwick, husbandman, and (2) Richard 
Chamberlayne of Whatcotte, co. Warwick, husbandman, and Henry 
Rose of Church Tysoe, co. Warwick, tailor. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between himself and 
Alice Chamberlayne, daughter of the said Richard, John Rose grants 
unto Richard Chamberlayne and Henry Rose a messuage, &c, in 
Temple Tysoe, co. Warwick, to the use of the said John and Alice and 
their issue. 

Witnesses : Philip Welles, Thomas Sickley. 



Richard Chamberlayne= 
of Whatcotte, co. War- 
wick, husbandman ; 
living 26 October 1636. 



John Rose of Over Alice Chamberlayne. 
Tysoe, co. Warwick, 
husbandman. >■ 

Marriage Settlements dated 
26 October 1636. 



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Rowe and Buris. 



INDENTURE made 3 April 1686, between (1) Mary Rowe, the 
elder, of St. Bride's, London, widow, and Nicholas Rowe, the 
younger, of St. Bride's, son and heir of Nicholas Rowe, the elder, 
Citizen and Oothworker of London, deceased, and Benjamin Rowe 
his brother, (2) Kinborough Buris, spinster, one of the daughters of 
Richard Buris of London, gent, and (3) Richard Buris, Citizen and 
Silkthrower of London, and Humphry Buris of London, cutler, sons of 
the said Richard Buris. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Nicholas Rowe 
and Kinborough Buris, Mary Rowe, &c, grant unto Richard and 
Humphrey Buris messuage, &c, in Blackhorse Alley, Fleet Street, to 
the use of the said Nicholas and Kinborough and their issue. 



Nicholas Rowe, Citizen= 
and Clothworker of 
London ; died before 
3 April 1686. 



=Mary, of St. Bride's, 
London ; living 3 
April 1686. 



Benjamin Rowe, 
living 3 April 1686 
(younger son). 



Nicholas Rowe of 
St. Bride's, London. 



Kinborough 
Buris. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
3 April 1686. 



Richard Buris of= 
London, gent ; 
living 3 April 
1686. 



Richard Buris, 
Citizen and 
Silkthrower of 
London ; living 
3 April 1686. 



Humphrey Buris 
of London, cutler; 
living 3 April 
1686. 



Rundle and Pollard. 

INDENTURE made 30 November 1720, between (1) John Rundle 
of Sourton, co. Devon, gent, and (2) John Wattkins of Albury, 
co. Devon, gent, and Thomas Pollarde of St. Budeaux, co. Devon, and 
Jane Pollarde of Beaworthy, spinster. 

By indentures made 15 and 16 December 1709, between (1) John 
Rundle, the elder, of Sourton, father of the said John Rundle (since 
deceased), (2) George Heyle, son and heir apparent of William Heyle 
of . . brook, in Ipplepen, co. Devon, esquire, John Amyatte of 
Totnes, co. Devon, gent, John Wollacott of High Buckington, co. 
Devon, yeoman, and William Sheir of Okehampton, co. Devon, gent, 
and (3) John Rundle and Ann Heyle, daughter of William Heyle, 
John Rundle (the elder) granted to George Heyle, &c, a messuage 
at Quether, in Milton Abbott, co. Devon, hitherto in possession of 
Henry Rundle, deceased, to certain uses. 

Now in consideration of his intended marriage with Jane Pollard, 
John Rundle grants the said messuage to John Wattkins and Thomas 



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Pollarde to the use of the said John and Jane for life, then to the heir 
of John Rundle by Anne Heyle. 

Signatures of John Rundle, John Watkins, Jane (x) Pollard. 

Witnesses : Grace Rundle, Richard Mellor, John Luxmoore. 



William Heyle of Ipplepen,=j= 
co. Devon, esquire ; living 
1 6 December 1709. 



John Rundle of Sourton, co. Devon ;= 
living 16 December 1709; died 
before 30 November 1720. 



George Heyle, son 
and heir apparent; 
living 16 December 
1709. 



Ann Heyle, marriage=John Rundle of 
settlements dated 16 Sourton, gent. 
December 1709; died 
before 30 November Marriage Settlements dated 

1720. 30 November 1720. 



Jane Pollarde, of Beaworthy, 
co. Devon, spinster. 



Russell and Cruttenden. 

INDENTURE made 28 March 1752, between (1) John Russell of 
-L Cranbrook, co. Kent, tobacconist, (2) Mary Cruttenden, the 
younger, of Burwash, co. Sussex, spinster, daughter of Nicholas 
Cruttenden, late of Burwash, apothecary, deceased, and (3) her brothers 
Henry Cruttenden of Burwash, apothecary, and George Cruttenden of 
Oxted, co. Surrey, gent, and Thomas Russell of Tenterden, co. Kent, 
grocer, brother of John Russell. 

In consideration of their intended marriage Mary Cruttenden and 
John Russell grant unto Henry and George Cruttenden and Thomas 
Russell land, &c, in Cranbrook and Wittnesham, co. Kent ; also land 
in Heathfield, co. Sussex, sold to Mary Cruttenden by her mother, 
Mary Cruttenden of Burwash, widow, by indentures dated 10 February 
174I-, also land in Heathfield that will come to Mary Cruttenden at 
her mother's death, to the use of the said John and Mary and their 
issue. 

Signatures of John Russell, Mary Cruttenden, Henry Cruttenden. 
Witnesses : Margaret Toke, Susan Hemp. 



Nicholas Cruttenden of Burwash, =f=Mary, living 
co. Sussex, apothecary ; died 28 March 
before 10 February 174I. 1752. 



Thomas Russell John Russell of=Mary Crutten- Henry Cruttenden George Crutten- 

of Tenterden, Cranbrook, co. den of Bui wash, of Burwash, apothe- den of Oxted, 

co. Kent, grocer; Kent, tobacconist, co. Sussex. cary ; living 28 co. Surrey, gent ; 

living 28 March * , ' March 1752. living 28 March 

1752. Marriage Settlements dated 1752. 

28 March 1752. 

"April 14 th 1752. M r John Russell of Cranbrook, widower, 
and Miss Mary Cruttenden of this Parish.'' 1 Licence. — Registers of 
Burwash, co. Sussex. 

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Rutherch and Price. 



INDENTURE made 26 November 1712, between (1) David Rutherch 
of Killycomb (Cilycwm), co. Carmarthen, gent, and (2) Howell 
Prece of Llanwrda, co. Carmarthen, gent, Rowland Prece of 
Llandilo-Fawr, co. Carmarthen, gent, and Morgan Griffith of Llanwrda, 
yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Gwenlean Prece, 
daughter of John Prece of Llanwrda, gent, deceased, David Rutherch 
grants unto Rowland Prece and Morgan Griffith, lands, &c, in Killy- 
comb and Llanwrda to the use of the said David and Gwenlean and 
their issue. 

Signature of David Ruddr. 

Witnesses : Thomas Price, Nicholas Rhuddr., W m Newby. 



John Price of Llanwrda, =j= 
co. Carmarthen, gent ; 
died before 26 November 
1712. 



David Rutherch of Cilycwm,=Gwenlean Price, 
co. Carmarthen, gent. t 

Marriage Settlements dated 
26 November 17 12. 

17 12. "David Rudder ch 6° Gwenlliana John matrimonii) copulati 
fuere vicesimo septimo die Novembris." — Registers of Llanwrda, co. 
Carmarthen. 



Sabine and Duncomb. 

INDENTURE made 18 November 1718, between (1) Henry Sabine 
J- of Howland Street, Fitzroy Square, co. Middlesex, surgeon, 

(2) Mary Duncomb of Alfred Place, co. Middlesex, spinster, and 

(3) Benjamin Duncomb of Alfred Place, esquire, John Duncomb of 
Kingston, Jamaica, gent, and David Duncomb of Charles Street, 
Hampstead Road, merchant. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of Henry Sabine and 
Mary Duncomb, Benjamin Duncomb, &c, are seized of a bond 
for ^1000 from Henry Sabine to the use of the said Henry and 
Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Henry Sabine, Mary Duncumb, Ben: Duncumb, 
David Duncumb. 

Witness : Nathaniel Saxoll, Temple. 



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Sandys and Hanbury. 



INDENTURE made 4 November 1623, between (1) Sir William 
A Sandys of Brimsfield, co. Gloucester, knight, and Dame Margaret 
his wife, Sir Thomas Temple of Stowe, co. Buckingham, knight and 
baronet, and John Culpeper of Ashwood, co. Worcester, esquire, 
(2) Thomas Spencer of Clarendon, co. Warwick, esquire, and John 
Hanbury of Kelmarsh, co. Northampton, esquire, and (3) Sir Miles 
Sandys, knight, son and heir apparent of Sir William Sandys, and 
Mary Hanbury, daughter of the said John Hanbury. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Sir Miles Sandys 
and Mary Hanbury, Sir William Sandys, &c, agree to convey to 
Thomas Spencer and John Hanbury their manors of Brimsfield, 
Cranham, Mysarden and Winston, co. Gloucester, and lands, &c, in 
Brimsfield, Birdlip, Mantestowne, Moorend, Cawdell Green, Upper 
and Lower Cranham, Miserden, Sudgrove Wishanger, Slade, Painswick, 
Bisley, Edgworth, Duntsbourne, Upper and Lower Winston and Elston, 
co. Gloucester, to the use of Sir William Sandys for life, then of 
the said Sir Miles Sandys and Mary Hanbury and their issue, with 
reversion to William Sandys and Thomas Sandys, second and third 
sons of Sir William Sandys, then to William Sandys, esquire, son and 
heir of Sir Edwin Sandys, late of Eyton, co. Bedford, knight, then to 
Miles Sandys his second son, Henry Sandys, third son, then to Henry 
Sandys of Little Harwood, co. Buckingham, brother of Sir William 
Sandys, then to William, Lord Sandys, of the Vine, co. Hants. 

Signatures of W. Sandys, . . Sandyes, . . . . e, John Cupep, 
. . Sandys. 

Witnesses : Tho : Carleton, He : Payne, Thomas Russell, John 
Lesseman, W m Mackreth. 



Sir William Sandys=f=Margaret, Sir Edwin Sandys oi=^{Elizabeth, half- Henry Sandys of 
of Brimsfield, co. living 4 Eyton, co. Bedford, sister of William., Little Harwood, co. 
Gloucester, knight ; November knight; died before Lord Sandys de Buckingham; living 
living 4 November 1623. 4 November 1623. Vyne.) 4 November 1623. 
1623. 



William Sandys, living Miles Sandys, living Henry Sandys, living 
4 November 1623. 4 November 1623. 4 November 1623. 

John Hanbury of Kelmarsh,=p 
co. Northampton, esquire ; 
living 4 November 1623. 



William Sandys. Thomas Sandys. Sir Miles Sandys, knight (eldest Mary Hanbury. 

son and heir apparent). 

Marriage Settlements dated 
4 November 1623. 



Saunder and Hamlyn. 



INDENTURE made 2 June 1686, between (1) John Saunder of 
Pinhoe, co. Devon, yeoman, and his mother, Elizabeth Saunder 
of the same, widow, (2) Humphrey Willcocks, the elder, and Humphrey 
Willcocks, the younger, of the same, yeomen, and (3) Rebecca Hamlyn, 
daughter of Joan Hamlyn, late of Clyst Honyton, co. Devon, widow, 
lately deceased. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Saunder 
and Rebecca Hamlyn, he and Elizabeth Saunder grant unto Humphrey 
Willcocks, &c, land in Pinhoe heretofore in possession of Henry 
Saunder, deceased, afterwards of Alice Saunder and lately of Francis 
Saunder, and now of Elizabeth Saunder, to the use of John Saunder 
and Rebecca Hamlyn and their issue. 

Signatures of John Saunder, Elizabeth (x) Saunder, Rebekah 
Hamlyn. 

Witnesses : Ro : Rous, John Weskett. 



Francis Saunder,= 
died before 2 
June 1686. 



=Elizabeth, of 
Pinhoe, co. 
Devon ; living 
2 June 1686. 



. . . Hamlyn,= 
died before 
2 June 1686. 



=Joan of Clyst 
Honiton, co. 
Devon ; died 
before 2 June 
1686. 



John Saunder of 
Pinhoe, yeoman. 



Rebecca 
Hamlyn. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
2 June 1686. 



Sayer and Pinnock. 

INDENTURE made 14 August 1708, between (1) John Sayer of 
Eye, co. Suffolk, hosier, and (2) Thomas Downes of Attleburgh, co. 
Norfolk, fellmonger. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Sayer and 
Susan Pinnock, widow, daughter of Thomas Downes, John Sayer 



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settles on Thomas Downes his messuage " Chappells," in Church 
Street, Eye, in trust for the use of the said John and Susan and 
their issue. 

Signature of John Sayer. 

Witnesses : Crispine Osborne, W m Cullyer. 



Thomas Downes= 
of Attleburgh, co. 
Norfolk, fellmonger. 



John Sayer of Eye, 
co. Suffolk, hosier. 



Susan. =. , . Pinnock. 
i st husband. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
14 August 1708. 



Scrace and Packham. 

INDENTURE made 12 December 1645, between (t) John Scrace 
of Wivelsfield, co. Sussex, turner, and (2) Henry Packham of 
Lindfield, co. Sussex, miller, and Francis West of Lindfield, mercer. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of his son, Thomas Scrace, 
with Sarah, daughter of Henry Packham, John Scrace grants unto the 
said Henry Packham and Francis West, lands called "Griggs," or 
"Giffords," in Wivelsfield bought by him of Richard Fayrehall of 
Lyndfield, yeoman, to the use of himself for life, then to the use of the 
said Thomas and Sarah and their issue. 
Signature of John Scrace. 

Witnesses : John Hurst, James Godlye, Robert Muzzall. 



John Scrace of Wivels- 
field, co. Sussex, turner; 
living 12 December 
1645. 



Henry Packham of= 
Lindfield, co. Sussex, 
miller ; living 1 2 De- 
cember 1645. 



Thomas Scrace. 



Sarah. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
12 December 1645. 



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Sekford and Stayninges. 



INDENTURE made 20 October 1575, between (1) Thomas Sekforde 
of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, esquire, Master of H.M. Court of Requests, 
(2) Thomas Steyninges of Earl Soham, co. Suffolk, esquire, and (3) 
Charles Sekforde of Great Bealings, co. Suffolk nephew of Thomas 
Sekforde. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Steyninges, 
daughter of the said Thomas Steyninges and Frances, Countess of 
Surrey, his wife, Charles Sekforde agrees to make to Thomas Steyninges, 
Philip Steyninges, esquire, Francis Gawdye, esquire, Thomas Gawdye of 
Gawdye Hall, esquire, Bassingbourne Gawdye of Mendham, esquire, 
John Steyninges, esquire, and Robert Burton of Tibbenham, co. 
Norfolk, gent, a settlement of his manors, &c, of Sekford, Little 
Bealings, Debache and Bouldye, co. Suffolk, which came to him by 
inheritance from his grandfather, Thomas Sekforde, esquire, lately 
deceased, to the use of the said Charles and Mary and their heirs ; 
and Thomas Sekforde agrees to be seized of Woodbridge Priory and 
lands in Great Bealings, &c, sold to him by the Crown by Letters 
Patent, dated 15 May 6 Eliz : [1564], to the use of him, the said 
Thomas and his wife, Dame Elizabeth Sekforde, for life, then to the 
use of the said Charles and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Thomas Sekford, Thomas Stayninges. 

Witnesses : Edmund Withypoll, Hufvy {Sekford). 





Thomas Sekford,=j= 
died before 20 
October 1575. 



{Sir He?iry Howard^ 
Earl of Surrey). 
1st husband. 



Frances, livin 
20 October 
1575- 



Thomas Sekford of Ipswich, = 
co. Suffolk, esquire, a Master 
of the Court of Requests j 
purchased WoodbridgePriory, 
co. Suffolk, 15 May 1564; 
living 20 October 1575. 



=Elizabeth, living 
20 October 1575 ; 
relict of Sir Mar- 
tin Bowes, kjiight. 



{Francis) Sekford,= 
died before 20 
October 1575. 



Thomas Stayninges 
of Earl Soham, co. 
Suffolk, esquire ; 
living 20 October 
1575. 2nd husband. 



Charles Sekford of Great Mary Stayninges. 
Bealings, co. Suffolk. - 

Marriage Settlements dated 
20 October 1575. 



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Shaw and Latham. 



INDENTURE made 18 April 1772, between (1) William Latham of 
■«■ Bexley, co. Kent, surgeon, and his daughter Elizabeth Latham, 
(2) John Shaw of Southwark, co. Surrey, surgeon, and (3) John 
Latham of Dartford, co. Kent, surgeon, and Thomas Bell of Southwark, 
cheesemonger. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of John Shaw and 
Elizabeth Latham, William Latham has transferred to John Latham 
and Thomas Bell ^1000 in trust to the use of the said John and 
Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of W m Latham, Eliz a Latham, John Shaw, John Latham, 
Tho: Bell. 

Witnesses : Sam 1 Wyburn, Tho: Williams, Jos: Shaw, John Booth. 

William Latham of- 
Bexley, co. Kent, 
surgeon ; living 18 
April 1772. 



John Shaw of South- Elizabeth Latham, 
wark, surgeon. - 

Marriage Settlements dated 
18 April 1772. 



Sheen and [ ]. 

GRANT dated 16 January 166®, of George Sheene of Frettenham, 
co. Suffolk (sic), gent. 
In consideration of the marriage of my son Edward Sheene 
of Worlington, co. Suffolk, with his now wife Elizabeth, I grant unto 
them all lands, &c, in Worlington bought by indentures made 
17 September 1667, between (1) James Webb and Joan his wife, and 
(2) myself, to the use of them, the said Edward and Elizabeth, and 
their heirs. 

Signature of George Sheen. 

Witnesses : Thomas Rogers, Thomas Peake. 

George Sheen of Fretten-=p= 
ham, co. Suffolk, gent ; 
living 16 January i66f. 



Edward Sheen of= Elizabeth, marr. before 
Worlington, co. Suffolk. 16 January i66f (date 
of marriage settlements). 



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Sherman and Askell. 



INDENTURE made 25 January 162!, between (1) Susanna Askell 
of Geydon, co. Warwick, widow, and (her grandson) Richard 
Sherman of Horneton, co. Oxford, yeoman, and (2) John Askell of 
Geydon, yeoman, and Simon Burye of Ratley, co. Warwick, yeoman, 
and Elizabeth Askell, one of the daughters of John Askell. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Richard Sherman 
and Elizabeth Askell, Susanna Askell and Richard Sherman grant unto 
John Askell and Simon Burye land in Horneton, bought by Susanna 
Askell of her son, Thomas Sherman, now deceased (father of Richard 
Sherman), to the use of the said Richard and Elizabeth and their 
issue. 

Signatures of . . . Simon Burye. 

Witnesses : W m Foster, Peter Sherman, George Wyatt. 



Sherman of=^=Susanna, living=. . . Askell. 



Geydon, co. Warwick. 
1 st husband. 



25 January 162^. 2nd husband. 



Thomas Sherman,= 
died before 25 
January 162 f. 



John Askell of Geydon,= 
yeoman ; living 25 
January i62f. 



Richard Sherman of Elizabeth Other 
Horneton, co. Oxford. Askell. issue. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
25 January i62§. 



Sherwood and Parke. 

INDENTURE made 28 October 1686, between (1) George Sherwood 
J- of Bushby, co. Leicester, gent, (2) his second son, Sampson 
Sherwood, Citizen and Draper of London, and Jane Parke of Stepney, 
co. Middlesex, spinster, youngest daughter of Daniel Parke, late of 
the colony of Virginia, esquire, deceased, and (3) Micajah Perry and 
Thomas Lane of London, merchants, and John Sherwood of London, 
grocer. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Sampson Sherwood 
and Jane Parke, George Sherwood grants unto Micajah Perry, &c, 

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"Hassocke" and "Doveland" and "Foster's Close," in Thurnby, 
co. Leicester, to the use of the said Sampson and Jane and their issue. 

Signatures of Micajah Perry (and seal), John Sherwood. 

Witnesses : Edw : Haberfield, Rich : Mawson, Charles Mawson. 



George Sherwood of Bushby,=p 
co. Leicester, gent ; living 
28 October 1686. 



Daniel Parke of Virginia,=j= 
America, esquire ; died 
before 28 October 1686. 



Sampson Sherwood, Jane Parke of Stepney, 
Citizen and Draper of co. Middlesex (youngest 
London (2nd son). daughter). 



Marriage Settlements dated 
28 October 1686. 



Shipton and Bratt. 

INDENTURE made 18 June 1664, between (1) Richard Bratt of 
Longdon, co. Stafford, yeoman, and (2) Robert Shipton of Longdon, 
yeoman, and his son and heir apparent, Henry Shipton, Richard 
Hinckley of Lichfield, bridlemaker, Henry Shipton of Hampstall 
Ridware, co. Stafford, yeoman, and Ann Bratt, a daughter of Richard 
Bratt. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Henry Shipton 
and Ann Bratt, Richard Bratt grants unto Robert Shipton, &c, his 
messuage, &c, at Neithertowne in Hampstall Ridware, to the use of 
Richard Bratt for life, then to the use of the said Henry and Ann and 
their issue. 

Signature of Richard (x) Bratt. 

Witnesses: Zach: Babington, John Babington, Matthew Dyot, John 
Pickard (?), Zach: Babington, jun r . 



Robert Shipton of Longdon,= 
co. Stafford, yeoman ; living 
18 June 1664. 



Richard Bratt of Longdon,= 
yeoman ; living 18 June 
1664. 



Henry Shipton, son and 
heir apparent. » — 



Ann Bratt. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
18 June 1664. 



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Short and Rider. 



INDENTURE made 3 October 17 19, between (1) Edward Short of 
J- the Close, Lichfield, gent, (2) Mary Walmisley Rider, a daughter 
of Richard Rider, the elder, of the Close, Lichfield, gent, and (3) 
Richard Rider, the younger, of the Close, Lichfield, gent, and 
Henry Rider of Worcester, clerk. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Walmisley 
Rider, Edward Short grants unto Richard and Henry Rider a messuage, 
&c, at Oulton, in Stone, co. Stafford, to the use of the said Edward 
and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Edw: Short, Mary Walmisley Rider, R. Rider, Jun r , 
Hen: Rider. 

Witnesses : Jane Rider, Mich : Tilley. 

Richard Rider, the elder, of the=j= 
Close, Lichfield, gent ; living 
3 October 17 19. 



Edward Short of Mary Walmisley 
the Close, Lichfield, Rider. 

gent. « , 

Marriage Settlements dated 
3 October 17 19. 



Sidney and Prescott. 

INDENTURE made 15 September 1703, between (1) Humiliation 
Prescott of Mountnessing, co. Essex, widow of Alexander Prescott, 
late of the same, esquire, (2) Humphry Sydney of Margaretting, co. 
Essex, esquire, and Honour Prescott, spinster (a daughter of 
Humiliation Prescott), and (3) Nicholas Bowell, Citizen and Cheese- 
monger of London. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of Humphry Sydney and 
Honour Prescott, Nicholas Bowell is to be seized of one third of 
certain lands in Rendham, &c, co. Suffolk, to the use of them and 
their heirs, granted in trust 10 April 1695, by Alexander Prescott of 
Thobey, co. Essex, to Thomas Bowell, Citizen and Cheesemonger of 
London (since deceased), and the said Nicholas Bowell. 

Signatures of Humiliation Prescott, Humphrey Sidney, Honour 
Prescott, Nich : Bowell. 

Witnesses : Willm : Harman, Isabella Masters, Rose Bowell, wid : 
Jane Whyte, Sam: Comyn. 

Alexander Prescott of Mountnessing, co.=f=Humiliation, 



Essex, esquire; living 10 April 1695; died 
before 15 September 1703. 



living 15 Sep- 
tember 1703. 



Humphry Sidney of Honour Prescott. 
Margaretting, co. Essex. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
15 September 1703. 

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Simpson and Adey. 



INDENTURES of Lease and Release made i and 2 May 1724, 
between (1) Stephen Simpson, the elder, of Sherriffe Hales Manor, 
co. Salop, gent, and his son and heir apparent, Stephen Simpson of 
the City of Lichfield, gent, and Jane his wife, (2) her father, Joseph 
Adey of Lichfield, gent, (3) George Hector of Lichfield, surgeon, and 
Thomas Cobb of the same, mercer, and (4) John Green of Whiston, 
in Penckritch, co. Stafford, and Mary his wife, daughter of Stephen 
Simpson, the elder, by Jane his first wife. 

In consideration of the marriage of Stephen Simpson, the younger, 
and Jane his wife, he and his father grant unto George Hector and 
Thomas Cobb a messuage, &c, in Chelsey, co. Stafford, to the use of 
Stephen Simpson, the elder, for life, then to the use of the said Stephen 
and Jane and their issue. 

Signatures (to Lease), of Ste n Simpson, Step" Simpson, Jun r , (to 
Release) of Ste" Simpson, Step n Simpson, Jun r , John Green, Mary 
Green, Joseph Adey, Geo : Hector, Tho s Cobb. 

Witnesses : Joseph Simpson, Daniel Knight, Jo : Adey, Jun r ( 
Robert Pries, Edward Elcocks. 



Jane.=j=Stephen Simpson of=y= Joseph Adey= 

1st Sheriffe Hales Manor, of Lichfield, 

wife. co. Salop, gent ; gent ; living 

living 2 May 1724. 2 May 1724. 



John Green of=Mary, living Stephen Simpson=Jane, marr. before 

Whiston, in 2 May 1724. of Lichfield, gent 2 May 1724 

Penckritch, co. (see page 211). (date of marriage 
Stafford ; living settlements). 
2 May 1724. 



Simpson and Cheney. 

INDENTURE made 13 December 1755, between (1) Edward 
Cheney of Yoxall, co. Stafford, gent, and (2) Isaac Hawkins of 
Burton-upon-Trent, co. Stafford, gent. 

Rebecca Walthall of Newport, co. Salop, widow, aunt to Edward 
Cheney and Anne his wife, has placed ^1000 in mortgage on an 
estate of Edward Cheney's, in Monyash, co. Derby, to the use of 
his children, Robert, Ann and Mary Cheney, until Mary Cheney is 

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21 years of age, so Edward Cheney conveys to Isaac Hawkins his 
estate in Monyash, to the use of the above trust, saving such lands 
as were conveyed by indentures made 21 and 22 October 1742, 
between (1) William Jackson of Hassop, co. Derby, gent, and William 
Allison of Dronfield, co. Derby, gent, trustees to the last will of 
Thomas Cheney of Ashford, co. Derby, esquire, deceased, and Edward 
Cheney, the elder, of Ashford, esquire (since deceased), (2) Edward 
Cheney and Ann his wife, (3) Isaac Hawkins Browne of Lincoln's 
Inn, esquire, and John Wright of Eyam, co. Derby, esquire, and 
(4) Joseph Riley of Rough Park, co. Stafford, gent, and Thomas 
Matthews of Tutbury, co. Stafford, mercer. 
Witnesses : Jno : Fenton, Hen : Byard, Jun r . 

Certified copy on paper : " This is a true Copy of the original 
Deed examined therewith this one and twentieth day of April 1763 
by us W m Wyatt, Jun., Hen: Byard, Jun r ." 

INDENTURE made 12 March 1763, between (1) Edward Cheney 
and Ann his wife, (2) Mary Cheney, (3) Marshall Rider and Isaac 
Hawkins, and (4) Charles Simpson. 

By articles of agreement made 31 December 1759, between 
(1) Edward Cheney and Ann his wife, (2) their only son, Robert 
Cheney of Bennett College in Cambridge, and their daughters, Ann 
and Mary Cheney, and (3) Isaac Hawkins, mentioning that Rebecca 
Walthall had, by will dated 13 October 1745, bequeathed to Isaac 
Hawkins Browne of Lincoln's Inn, esquire, and John Dawson, clerk, 
^1000 in trust for the said Robert, Ann and Mary Cheney, and 
that the Rev. William Browne, clerk, father of Ann Cheney, had 
given another ^1000, and that Mary Cheney was then of age, it was 
agreed that Isaac Hawkins should be seized of the various estates 
to the use of Ann Cheney, the elder, for life, then to the use of 
Ann and Mary, the daughters. 

By indentures made 21 and 22 October 1742, between (1) William 
Jackson, &c. (see previous deed), in consideration of the marriage 
of Edward Cheney and Ann his wife, William Jackson, &c., 
conveyed the lands at Monyash to the use of Edward and Ann 
Cheney and their heir, with power to raise ^2000 for the younger 
children. 

Now in consideration of her intended marriage with Charles 
Simpson, Mary Cheney grants unto Marshall Rider and Isaac Hawkins 
her rights to various sums in trust for the said Charles and Mary 
and their issue. 

Signatures of Edw d Cheney, Anne Cheney, Mary Cheney, 
Isa: Hawkins. Char: Simpson. 

Witnesses : Jn° Fenton, W m Gilbert, Thos: Faulkner, Stephen Snape. 

INDENTURE made 12 March 1763, between (1) Charles Simpson 
of Lichfield, gent, youngest son of Stephen Simpson of the same, 
gent, (2) Edward Cheney of Yoxall, co. Stafford, esquire, and his 
youngest daughter, Mary Cheney of the same, and (3) Marshall Rider 
of Barton-under-Needwood, co. Stafford, esquire, and Isaac Hawkins 
of Burton-upon-Trent, co. Stafford, esquire. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Cheney, 
Charles Simpson grants unto Marshall Rider and Isaac Hawkins a 



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messuage, &c, in Elmhurst, co. Stafford, and a house in Stowe Street, 
Lichfield, and land in Alrewas, co. Stafford, to the use of the said 
Charles and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Char: Simpson, Edw d Cheney, Mary Cheney. 

Witnesses: Jno: Fenton, W m Gilbert. 

DEED POLL dated 16 April 1763, of Charles Simpson of Lichfield, 
gent, youngest son of Stephen Simpson of the same, gent, and 
Mary Cheney of Yoxall, co. Stafford, spinster, youngest daughter of 
Edward Cheney of Yoxall, esquire. 

By indentures made 12 March 1763, between (1) Charles Simpson, 
(2) Edward and Mary Cheney, and (3) Marshall Rider of Barton-under- 
Needwood, co. Stafford, esquire, and Isaac Hawkins of Burton-upon- 
Trent, co. Stafford, esquire ; Charles Simpson, in consideration of his 
intended marriage with Mary Cheney, agreed to settle ^1250 in land 
to the use of them and their issue ; they now declare that such estates 
shall be conveyed to such persons as they shall by writing direct. 
Signatures of Char: Simpson, Mary Cheney. 
Witnesses : Thos : Faulkner, John Morris. 

INDENTURE made 16 October 1766, between (1) Charles Simpson 
of Lichfield, esquire, and Mary his wife, and (2) Marshall Rider of 
Barton-under-Needwood, co. Stafford, esquire, and Isaac Hawkins of 
Burton-upon-Trent, co. Stafford, esquire. 

Charles Simpson grants unto Marshall Rider and Isaac Hawkins 
land at Footherley, in Shenstone, co. Stafford, to the use of the said 
Charles and Mary Simpson and their issue. 

Signatures of Char: Simpson, Mary Simpson, Marshall Rider, 
Isa: Hawkins. 

Witnesses : Jane Bradford, W m Cooper, W m Statham, Mary Pickard. 



Rev. William Browne,=j= 
died before 31 December 
1759- 



Edward Cheney of Yoxall, =j=Ann, marr. before 21 



co. Stafford, esquire; living 
12 March 1763. 



October 1742 (date of 
marriage settlements); 
living 12 March 1763. 



Stephen Simpson of= 
Lichfield, gent ; living 
16 April 1763 (see 
page 209). 



Robert Cheney 
of Corpus Christi 
College, Cam- 
bridge; living 31 
December 1759. 



Ann, living 
1 2 March 
1763- 



Mary, 2 1 years of age= 
31 December 1759; 
marriage settlements 
dated 12 March and 
16 April 1763; living 
16 October 1766. 



=Charles Simpson 
of Lichfield, gent 
(youngest son) ; 
living 16 October 
1766. 



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Simson and Boulter. 



INDENTURE made 12 October 1688, between (1) Francis Simpson 
of Great Wigston, co. Leicester, cordwainer, (2) Elizabeth Boulter, 
daughter of William Boulter of Great Wigston, weaver, and (3) Timothy 
Thorpe of Blaby, co. Leicester, clerk, and William Boulter. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Boulter, 
Francis Simpson grants unto Timothy Thorpe and William Boulter his 
messuage, &c, in Great Wigston to the use of the said Francis and 
Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of Francis Simson, Elizabeth (x) Boulter, Timothy 
Thorpe, William (x) Boulter. 

VVitnesses : La Carter, Homer Feild, J. Brewster. 



William Boulter of Great=j= 
Wigston, co. Leicester, 
weaver; living 12 October 
1688. 



Francis Simpson=Elizabeth Boulter, 
of Great Wigston, 
cordwainer. > 

Marriage Settlements dated 
12 October 1688. 

'■''Francis Simson 6° Elizabeth Boulter married by banns Oct. 
21 st 1688." — Registers of Great Wigston, co. Leicester. 



Sivier and Walker. 

INDENTURE made 17 April 17 19, between (1) Stephen Sivier, the 
elder, of Bodiham, co. Sussex, yeoman, and Percy his wife, 
(2) William Walker of Bodiham, yeoman, (3) Stephen Sivier, the 
younger, of Bodiham, yeoman, and Mary Walker of Bodiham, spinster, 
a daughter of William Walker, and (4) John Sivier of Dallington, co. 
Sussex, yeoman, and John Hollman of Ewhurst, co. Sussex, yeoman. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of Stephen Sivier, the 
younger, and Mary Walker, Stephen and Percy Sivier grant unto 
John Hollman and John Sivier, a messuage, &c, at Dallington to 
the use of the said Stephen and Mary. 



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Signatures of Stephen Sivyer, sener, Persis Siuyer, Will : Walker, 
Stephen Sivyer, Juner, Mary Walker, John Holman, John Sivier. 
Witnesses : Robt : Chambers, John Freebody. 

Stephen Sivier of Bodiam,=j=Percy, living 1 7 William Walker of=y= 
co. Sussex, yeoman ; living April 17 19. Bodiam, yeoman; 

17 April 1 7 19. living 17 April 17 19. 



Stephen Sivier of=Mary Walker. 
Bodiam, yeoman. 

v ™ 

Marriage Settlements dated 
17 April 1 7 19. 

"ifig. April y e 28 th ware married Stephen Sivier and Mary 
Walker." — Registers of Bodiam, co. Sussex. 



Smart and Wood. 

INDENTURE made 30 May 1637, between (1) Edward Smart, the 
J- elder, of Thurlaston, co. Leicester, yeoman, and John Smart, his 
son and heir apparent, and (2) Edward Wood of Much Ashby, co. 
Leicester, yeoman, Thomas Tooley of Oadby, co. Leicester, gent, and 
Edward Smart of Thurlaston, yeoman, younger son of the said Edward. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Smart 
and Alice Wood, one of the daughters of Edward Wood, Edward 
and John Smart grant unto Thomas Tooley and Edward Smart, 
the younger, a messuage, &c, in Thurlaston, and land in the forest 
of Leicester . . . 

(Remaining hvo skins are missing). 

Signatures of Edward Wood, Thomas Tooley, Edward Smart, the 
younger. 

Witnesses : Thomas Thornton, John Peters, John Cowdale, Thomas 
Wykes, John Chesterton, Anthony Cowdale, John Hanslowe. 



Edward Smart of Thurlaston,=p 
co. Leicester, yeoman ; living 
30 May 1637. 



Edward Wood of Much=j= 
Ashby, co. Leicester, yeo- 
man; living 30 May 1637. 



Edward Smart, John Smart=Alice Wood. Other 
living 30 May (eldest son). issue. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
30 May 1637. 

"1637. June viii. John Smart de Thulston to Alice Wood of this 
Parish." —Registers of Much Ashby, co. Leicester. 



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Smith and Bomford. 



DEED POLL dated 30 October 1611, of John Rooe of Draycot in 
the Clay, co. Stafford, yeoman. 
In consideration of the intended marriage of my nephew John 
Smith with Margaret Bomford, daughter of Thomas Bomford, late of 
Over Elkston, Stafford, yeoman, I have granted to Thomas Bomford 
of Over Elkston, yeoman, my messuage, &c, in Draycot in the Clay to 
the uses declared in indentures of 29 October inst. 
Signature of John Rooe. 

Witnesses : William Sowlde, Richard Cowper, Walter Marten. 



Thomas Bomford of Over=j= 
Elleston, co. Stafford, 
yeoman; living 30 October 
1611. 

John Smith of Draycot Margaret Bomford. 
in the Clay, co. Stafford. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
30 October 161 1. 



Smith and Feild. 

INDENTURE made 3 February i67f, between (1) Thomas Smith 
-L of East Shefford, co. Berks, yeoman, eldest son of Thomas Smith, 
late of East Shefford, yeoman, deceased, and (2) Thomas Feild of 
Howbenham, in Welford, co. Berks, yeoman, and Moses Wiblin of 
Easton, in Welford, yeoman. 

In consideration of his marriage with Hester, the sister of Thomas 
Feild, Thomas Smith grants unto Thomas Feild and Moses Wiblin 
land, &c, in East Ilsley, co. Berks, and Standford, co. Berks, to the use 
of the said Hester. 

Signature of Thomas Smith. 

Witnesses : Tho : Wiblin, John . . stok. 

Thomas Smith of East=j= 
Shefford, co. Berks, 
yeoman ; died before 
3 February 167^. 



Thomas Smith of East=Hester, marr. before 3 Feb- Thomas Feild 
Shefford, yeoman. ruary 167^ (date of marriage of Welford, co. 

settlements). Berks, yeoman. 



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Smith and (? Lort). 



INDENTURE made 12 March 169$, between (1) Richard Smith of 

Draycote in the Clay, in Hanbury, co. Stafford, yeoman, and Sarah 
his wife, and (2) Henry Lort of Morton, in Hanbury, yeoman, and 
Isaac Robotham of Draycote, yeoman. 

In consideration of his marriage with Sarah his wife, and of a 
marriage portion paid to him by Henry Lort, Richard Smith grants 
to Henry Lort and Isaac Robotham a messuage, &c, in Draycote to 
the use of the said Richard and Sarah and their issue. 

Signatures of Richard (x) Smith, Sarah (x) Smith, Henry Lort. 

Witnesses: Josiah Wood, William Welton, Tho: Bainbridge. 



Smith and Perkins. 

INDENTURE made 24 November 1741, between (1) Christopher 
Smith of Keresley, in Coventry, gent, and Mary his now wife, late 
Mary Perkins, widow, and (2) Richard Rider of Lichfield, esquire, and 
John Hopkins of Keresley. 

By bond dated 10 August 1741, before his marriage with Mary his 
wife, Christopher Smith became bound to William Cox of Coleshill, 
co. Warwick, gent, to make a settlement of his land, &c, in Keresley 
on the said marriage ; so now he grants to Richard Rider and John 
Hopkins the said lands to the use of himself and his wife and 
their issue. 

Signatures of Christopher Smith, Mary Smith. 
Witnesses : Jehu Garrat, Thomas Hinckley. 

. . . Perkins,=Mary, marr. between io=Christopher Smith of 
died before 10 August and 24 November Keresley, in Coventry, 
August 1 741. 1741 (date of marriage co. Warwick, gent. 
1 st husband. settlements). 2nd husband. 



Smith and Quested. 

INDENTURE made 9 September 1704, between (1) Richard 
Quested of Ulcombe, co. Kent, yeoman, and Anne his wife, 
(2) their daughter, Elizabeth Quested, spinster, and (3) Edward Smith 
of Ospringe, co. Kent, yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Edward Smith 
and Elizabeth Quested, Richard Quested grants unto Edward Smith 



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" Redhill," in Ulcomb, to the use of the said Richard and Anne 
Quested for life, then to the use of the said Edward and Elizabeth 
and their heirs. 

Signatures of Richard Quested, Anne (x) Quested, Edward Smith. 
Witnesses: Fra: Taylor, Gabriel Hinton. 



Richard Quested of Ulcombe, 1 
co. Kent, yeoman ; living 
9 September 1704. 



=Anne, living 9 
September 1704. 



Edward Smith of=Elizabeth Quested. 
Ospringe, co. Kent, 
yeoman. > 

Marriage Settlements dated 
9 September 1704. 



" Edward Smith of Ospringe, bachelor, and Elizabeth Quested of 
Ulcombe, spinster. At Boughton Malherbe, Wychling or Harrietsham." 
6 September 1704. — Marriage Licence at Canterbury. 

"Edward Smith of Ospringe 6° Elizabeth Quested of Ulcomb were 
married by License Sept. 11, 1704." — Registers of Boughton Malherbe, 
co. Kent. 



Smyth and Wilcox. 

INDENTURE made 15 June 1703, between Roger Smyth of 
Exminster, co. Devon, yeoman, and (2) Philip Wilcox, late of 
Poltimore, now of Brodclist, co. Devon, yeoman. 

Roger Smyth, in consideration of yielding up a former jointure made 
previous to his marriage with Joan, sister of Philip Wilcox, grants unto 
Philip Wilcox land, &c., in Exminster to the use of the said Roger and 
Joan and their issue. 

Signature of Roger (x) Smyth. 

Witnesses : Rob : Dabynott, Jonas Carter. 



Roger Smyth of= 
Exminster, co. Devon, 
yeoman ; living 15 
June 1703. 



=Joan, marr. before 
15 June 1703 (date 
of 2nd marriage 
settlements). 



Philip Wilcox of Broad 
Clyst, co. Devon, yeo- 
man; living 15 June 
1703- 



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Snell and [ ], 

INDENTURE made 20 August, 23 Car: II. (1671), between 
(1) Anthony Snell of Atherington, co. Devon, tanner, and 
(2) Robert Snell of Chawleigh, tanner, and Bartholomew Berrye of 
Swimbridge, co. Devon, yeoman. 

In consideration of his marriage with his now wife Joan, Anthony 
Snell grants to Robert Snell and Bartholomew Berrye, messuage, &c, at 
Stone, in East Worlington, co. Devon, to the use of the said Anthony 
and Joan for life, then to the use of their son John Snell. 
Signature of Anthonie Snell. 

Witnesses : W m Browne, William Morrish, Martha Newman, 
Elizabeth Cooke. 

Anthony Snell of Atherington,=f=Joan, married before 



co. Devon, tanner; living 20 
August 167 1. 



20 August 167 1 (date 
of settlements). 



I 

John Snell, living 
20 August 167 1. 



Soame and Clarke. 

INDENTURE made 27 June 1667, between (1) John Soame of 
Little Bradley, co. Suffolk, gent, and (2) Samuel Ward, the elder, 
of Lidgate, gent, Robert Clarke of Ipswich, gent, Edward Clarke of 
Bentley, co. Suffolk, gent, and Rose Clarke of East Bergholt, co. 
Suffolk, widow. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Rose Clarke, 
John Soame grants unto Samuel Ward, &c, a messuage, &c, in Little 
Bradley to the use of the said John and Rose and their heirs. 

Signature of John Soame. 

Witnesses : Robert Clarke, Edward Clarke, Mary Soame. 



Soan and Terry. 

INDENTURE made 2 October 1723, between (1) Martha Soane of 
Odiham, co. Hants, widow, and her eldest son, Christopher Soane 
of Odiham, gent, (2) John Vincent of Woking, co. Surrey, gent, and 
John Mapleton of the Parke, in Odiham, yeoman, and (3) William 
Terry of Crookham, in Crondal, co. Hants, gent, and his youngest 
daughter, Katherine Terry. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Christopher 
Soane and Katherine Terry, and that William Terry and Rose have 
conveyed to the said Christopher, lands in Farringdon, co. Hants, 
late part of the estate of William Vickery, deceased, father of the 
said Rose, Martha and Christopher Soane grant unto John Vincent 



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and John Mapleton, lands in Farnham Royal and Burnham, co. 
Buckingham, and Odiham, to the use of the said Christopher and 
Katherine and their heirs. 

Signatures of Martha Soan, C. Soan, W m Terry, Katherine Terry. 

Witnesses : Ja : Feild, Ja : Feild, Jun r , Mary Helhouse. 

William Vickery of Farringdon,=f= 

co. Hants ; died before 

2 October 1723. I 



. . . Soan,= 
died before 2 
October 1 723. 



=Martha, of Odiham, 
co. Hants ; living 
2 October 1723. 



William Terry of Crondall,=j=Rose, living 
co. Hants, yeoman ; living 2 October 
2 October 1723. J ^73- 



.1 I. 
Christopher Soan = Katherine Terry, 
of Odiham, gent. (youngest daughter). 

Marriage Settlements dated 
2 October 1723. 

1723. Oct. 8. "M r Christopher Soan of Odiham &> M rs Catherine 
Terry, dau. of M r William Terry of Crookham." — Registers of Crondall, 
co. Hants. 



Sprigge and Wright. 

INDENTURE made 30 May 1641, between (1) Thomas Sprigge of 
Harrington, co. Northampton, yeoman, and Ann his wife, (2) Miles 
Smith of Great Bowden, co. Leicester, gent, and Barbara his wife, 
George Wright of Lubnam, co. Leicester, gent, Richard Sprigge of 
Scaldwell, co. Northampton, gent, and Thomas Welles of Drayton, 
co. Leicester, yeoman, and (3) John Sprigge of Great Bowden, 
yeoman, eldest son of Thomas Sprigge, and Ann Wright, daughter of 
George Wright. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Sprigge 
and Ann Wright, Thomas Sprigge agrees to convey to Richard 
Sprigge and Thomas Welles his lands, &c, in Great Bowden to the 
use of the said John and Ann and their issue, paying ^15 yearly 
to Thomas and Ann Sprigge for life. 

Witnesses : W. Bathurst, Miles Smyth, John Wiment, John Wells, 
Miles Smith. 

Thomas Sprigge of=j=Ann, living George Wright of Lubenham,=j= 



Harrington, co. North- 
ampton; living 30 May 
1 64 1. 



30 May co. Leicester, yeoman; living 
1641. 30 May 1641. 



John Sprigge of Great Bowden, Ann Wright, 
co. Leicester, yeoman (eldest 

son). 1 , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
30 May 1 64 1. 

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Stace and [ J 



TNDENTURE made 14 December 1638, between (1) John Stace of 
Epping, co. Essex, yeoman, and (2) Nicholas Archer of Epping, 
yeoman, and Nymphas Stace of Epping, draper. 

In consideration of the marriage of his second son John with his 
now wife Martha, John Stace grants unto Nicholas Archer and 
Nymphas Stace, two tenements, &c, in Epping to the use of himself 
and his wife Mary for life, then to the use of the said John and Martha 
Stace and their heirs. 

Signature of John Stace. 

Witnesses: John Smith, William Pyke, Geo: Standon. 



John Stace of Epping, =pMary, living 



co. Essex, yeoman ; 
living 14 December 
1638. 



14 December 
1638. 



John Stace=Martha, marr. before 
(2nd son). 14 December 1638 

(date of marriage 

settlements). 



Standen and Webb. 

INDENTURE made 12 July 1734, between (1) John Webb of 
-L Boreham, in Warding, co. Sussex, gent, (2) Samuel Standen of 
Boreham, gent, (3) Elizabeth Webb of Boreham, only daughter 
of John Webb, (4) Odiarn Hooper of Hailsham, co. Sussex, clerk, 
and (5) Francis Weller of Heathfield, co. Sussex, clerk. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Samuel Standen 
and Elizabeth Webb, John Webb grants unto Odiarn Hooper, lands, 
&c, in Iden, Playden, Peasemarsh and Rye, co. Sussex, to the use of 
John Webb for life, and then to the use of the said Samuel and 
Elizabeth and their issue, with reversion to William Webb, Thomas 
Webb, Ann Turner, widow, and Elizabeth the wife of William Cox, 



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brothers and sisters of the said John Webb, free from all incumbrances, 
save the rights of dower of Elizabeth, wife of John Webb, 
and ^900 charged under the will of John Webb, deceased, his 
grandfather. 

Signatures of John Webb, Samuel Standen, Elizabeth Webb. 
Witnesses : J. Thayer, Trios : Ibon. 



John Webb, died before=j= 
12 July 1734. 



. . Webb.= 



living 12 living 12 July marr. . . . Turner, died 



I 

John Webb of=f=Elizabeth, William Webb, Ann, living 12 July 1734 ; 
Boreham, in 
Wartling, co. 
Sussex, gent ; 
living 12 July 
1734- 



July 1734. 1734. 



before 12 July 1734. 



Samuel Standen=Elizabeth Webb 
of Boreham, (only daughter), 
gent. . , . 

Marriage Settlements dated 
12 July 1734. 



Thomas Webb, 

living 12 July Elizabeth, marr. William 
1734. Cox, both living 12 July 

1734- 



Samuel Standen and Elizabeth Webb, both of Wartling, were 
married by licence 13 July 1734. — Registers of St. Mary Magdalene, 
Wartling, co. Sussex. 



Standly and Golivere. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made n November 1634, between 
(1) Richard Golivere of Warkworth, co. Northampton, husband- 
man, and Elizabeth his wife, and (2) William Standly of the same, 
husbandman. 

In consideration of the intended marriage before July 23 next 
following of my daughter, Mary Golivere, with Richard Standly, 
I, Richard Golivere, grant unto the said Richard and Mary and their 
issue, after my decease, my free lands in Warkworth, with reversion to 
my other two daughters, and I give them the third part of my brass, 



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pewter, linen and bedding, half my beasts, half my sheep and half my 
hay, and half my gear and implements. 

Signature of Richard govlor. 

Witnesses : Abell makepeace, Thomas bennet. 

Richard Golivere of Warkworth,=j=Elizabeth, living 1 1 



co. Northampton, husbandman ; 
living ii November 1634 



November 1634. 
William Standly. Mary Golivere. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
11 November 1634. 



Stapley and Ellis. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 30 July 17 13, between 
(1) John Stapley of Leeds, co. Kent, gent, (2) Susan Ellis of 
Langley, co. Kent, spinster, and (3) Edward Waterman of Leeds, clerk, 
and Thomas Slaney, of Langley, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Susan Ellis, John 
Stapley assigns to Edward Waterman and Thomas Slaney, to the use of 
the said John and Susan, all that leasehold in Chatham in which he is 
interested in right of his late wife, daughter and executrix of Thomas 
Heaviside of Chatham, co. Kent, schoolmaster, under indentures made 
2 August 1652, between (1) John Holland, esquire, Surveyor of the 
Navy, Thomas Scott, gent, John Tayler, gent, master shipwright, John 
Hancrett, boatswain, John Blundell, purser, Richard Cobbey, purser, 
and Andrew Jackson, gunner, and (2) the said Thomas Heaviside. 
Signatures of John Stapley, Susanna Ellis, Thomas Slaney. 
Witnesses: William Smith, Rob: Dixon. 

Thomas Heaviside of Chatham,=j= 
co. Kent; living 2 August 1652; 
died before 30 July 17 13. 



. . . died before=John Stapley of Leeds, =Susanna Ellis of Langley, 
30 July 1 7 13. co. Kent, gent. co. Kent, spinster. 
1 st wife. > , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
30 July 1 7 13. 

'■'■John Stapley of Leeds, widower, and Susan Ellis of Langley. 
At S* Margaret 's, Canterbury, Leeds or Langley." 11 August 1713. — 
Marriage Licence at Canterbury. 

"Aug. the \ John Stapley of Leeds 6° Susanna Ellis 
11 th 1713 } of Langley were married by licence." 

Registers of St. Margaret's, Canterbury, co. Kent. 

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Steight and Sweet. 



INDENTURE made 10 November 1813, between (1) Mary Sampey 
Sweet, late of Knightsbridge, co. Middlesex, now of Richmond, 
co. Surrey, spinster, (2) John Steight of Richmond, surgeon, and 
(3) Henry Robins and John Robins of the Piazza, Covent Garden, 
auctioneers. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with John Steight, Mary 
Sampey Sweet settles ^2500 three per cent, stock on them and 
their issue. 

Signatures of M. S. Sweet, John Steight, Henry Robins, John 
Robins. 



Stephenson and Bassano. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 15 December 17 14, between 
(1) John Stephenson of the Close, Lichfield, clerk, (2) Richard 
Rider, the younger, of Lichfield, gent, and Jonathan Byrch of Cannock, 
co. Stafford, clerk, and (3) Richard Bassanoe of the Close, gent, and his 
daughter, Mary Bassanoe. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Stephenson 
and Mary Bassanoe, Richard Bassanoe agrees to settle on the said 
marriage three policies on the lives of Mary, wife of John Roeworth 
of Lichfield, labourer, Elizabeth Walker of the Close, Lichfield, widow, 
and Ralph Swift of the Close, gent. 

Signatures of John Stephenson, R. Rider, Jun r , Jonathan Birch, 
Richard Bassano. 

Witnesses : Jos: Adey, Lund (?) Wolferstan. 

Richard Bassano of=^= 
the Close, Lichfield, 
gent; living 15 De- 
cember 1 7 14. 



John Stephenson of=Mary Bassano. 
the Close, Lichfield, 

Marriage Settlements dated 
1 5 December 1 7 14. 

John Stevetiso?i and Mary Bassano were married 8 December 
1714. — Registers of Lichfield Cathedral. 



Stevens and Ellys. 



INDENTURE made 25 March 1658, between (1) John Stevens, the 
elder, of Bromley, co. Kent, yeoman, and (2) Christopher Comport 
of Eltham, co. Kent, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Stevens, 
the younger, a son of the said John Stevens, and Mary Ellys, spinster, 
a daughter of John Ellys, late of Chislehurst, co. Kent, gent, deceased, 
John Ellys settles on the said John and Mary and their issue certain 
lands at Sydenham, in Lewisham, co. Kent. 
Signature of Christopher Comport. 
Witnesses: Robert Edmonds, Aug: Ratchford. 
Endorsed : "A true coppie of my wifes jounture." 



John Stevens of Bromley, = 
co. Kent, yeoman; living 
25 March 1658. 



John Ellys of Chislehurst,^ 
co. Kent, gent ; died 
before 25 March 1658. 



Other John Stevens.=Mary Ellys. Other 

issue. k 1 ' issue. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
25 March 1658. 



1658. May 6. "John Steevens and Mary Ellys." — Registers of 
Chislehurst, co. Kent. 



Stranke and Vivers. 

INDENTURE made 16 November 1683, between (1) Thomas 
J- Stranke of Banbury, co. Oxford, mercer, and (2) Edward Vivers 
of Banbury, woollen draper, and Joseph Harris of Little Sibford, co. 
Oxford, yeoman. 

In consideration of his marriage with Susanna, daughter of Edward 
Vivers, Thomas Stranke grants unto Edward Vivers and Joseph Harris 
a messuage, &c, in Sheep Street, Banbury, called " The White Horse," 
to the use of the said Thomas and Susanna and their issue. 

Witnesses : William Goode, Nathaniel Heele, Ann Welford, 
John Yonge. 

Edward Vivers of Banbury, co.=j= 
Oxford, woollen draper; living 
16 November 1683. 



Thomas Stranke of=Susanna, marr. before 16 November 
Banbury, mercer. 1683 (date of marriage settlements). 



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Tampyon and Seaman. 

INDENTURE made i November 1700, between (1) Augustine 
Tampion of Bramston, in Hambleton, co. Rutland, gent, and his 
eldest son, William Tampion of Bramston, gent, and (2) Bryan 
Satterwaite of Goadby, co. Leicester, gent, Thomas Peake of Lawne 
Abbey, co. Leicester, gent, and Susanna Seaman of Loddington, 
co. Leicester, widow. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between William Tampion 
and Susannah Seaman, Augustine and William Tampion agree to 
acknowlege a fine of that messuage, &c, in Bramston, purchased by 
Thomas Tampion, gent, deceased, father of Augustine Tampion, and 
lands purchased by his father, Augustine Tampion, gent, deceased, of 
William Tampion, to the use of Augustine Tampion for life, then to the 
use of the said William and Susannah and their issue. 

Signatures of Augustin Tampyon, William Tampyon, Bryan 
Satterwaite, Tho s Peake, Susanna Seaman. 

Witnesses: Josh: Blackwell, Geo: Denshire, Hall Belgrave, 
Jos: Tookey, W m Cant. 

Augustine Tampyon.=p 



Thomas Tampyon, died=f= 
before 1 November 1700. 



Augustine Tampyon of=j= 
Hambleton, co. Rutland, 
gent ; living 1 November 
1700. 



William Tampyon=Susanna Seaman of Lod- 
of Hambleton, gent dington, co. Leicester, 
(eldest son). widow. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
1 November 1700. 

" William Tampion of Braunston, in the County of Rutland, 
married Susannah Seaman by Licence November 28 th 1/00." — 
Registers of Loddington, co. Leicester. 



Tampyon and Stace. 

INDENTURE made 22 December 1730, between (1) William 
Tampyon of Branston, co. Rutland, esquire, and Elizabeth his wife, 
and (2) William Penson of Loddington, co. Leicester, clerk, and 
Andrew Love of Okeham, co. Rutland, gent. 

In consideration of the marriage lately solemnized between the said 
William and Elizabeth Tampyon, and of indentures made 13 May 1730, 



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between (i) William Tampyon, (2) Elizabeth his wife, then Elizabeth 
Stace of Loddington, co. Leicester, spinster, and (3) William Penson 
and Andrew Love, William Tampyon grants to William Penson and 
Andrew Love, lands, &c, in Branston which Thomas Tampion, gent, 
deceased, brother of William, lately purchased, and also those held 
by Augustine Tampyon, gent, deceased, father of William, in trust for 
the use of the said William and Elizabeth Tampyon and their heirs. 

Signatures of Will m Tampyon, Eliz: Tampyon, W m Penson, 
And w Love. 

Witnesses : Tho s Claypole, Bartin Weatherhead. 



Augustine Tampyon of Branston,-- 
co. Rutland, gent; died before 
22 December 1730. 



William Tampyon=Elizabeth Stace, marr. Thomas Tampyon of 

of Branston, esquire, after 13 May and Branston, gent ; died 

before 22 December before 22 December 

1730. 1730. 

"William Tampyon of Branston in the County of Rutland and 
Elizabeth Stace, 14 May 1730." — Registers of Loddington, co. Leicester. 



Tanner and Lock. 

INDENTURE made 6 April 1780, between (1) William Tanner 
of Wardlebury, co. Oxford, yeoman, and Jane Lock, daughter 
of John Lock of St. James', Westminster, co. Middlesex, butcher, 
(2) John Lock and Jane his wife, and (3) John Burnell of St. 
Marti n's-in-the-Fields, co. Middlesex, esquire, Alderman of London, 
and Thomas Holmes of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, glazier. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Jane Lock, William 
Tanner agrees with John Burnell and Thomas Holmes that he will 
convey lands in Wardlebury, mentioned in indentures made 21 October 
1707, on the marriage of his grandfather, William Tanner and 
Martha Weston, spinster, and by indentures made 23 March 17-5^, 
between John and William Basson and his father, Edward Tanner, 
devised to him by his said father, by will dated 3 August 1755, subject 
to a mortgage of ^500 raised by indentures made 20 September 
1777, between him, William Tanner, and his uncle, William Tanner 
of Middleton Stoney, co. Oxford, yeoman, to trustees to the use of 
the said William and Jane and their issue. John and Jane Lock also 
agree that they will convey to John Burnell and Thomas Holmes, 



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lands in Bicester, co. Oxford, devised to them by their brother, 
Edward Lock, late of Bicester, gent, by will dated 7 April 1772, 
subject to the estate therein of his brother William Lock, to the use 
of the said William and Jane and their issue. 

Signatures of William Tanner, Jane Lock, John Lock, Jane Lock, 
John Burnell, Thomas Holmes. 

Witnesses : P. A. Gray, Leicester Fields, Rob' Salmon. 



William Tanner of===Martha Weston, marriage 



Wardlebury, 
Oxford. 



co. 



settlements dated 
October 1707. 



21 



William Tanner of 
Middleton Stony, 
co. Oxford, yeo- 
man ; living 20 
September 1777. 



Edward Tanner= 
of Wardlebury ; 
living 23 March 
17*9, Will dated 
3 August 1755. 



John Lock of= 
St. James', West- 
minster, butcher; 
living 6 April 
1780. 



William Tanner of 
Wardlebury, yeoman. 



=Jane, living 
6 April 
1780. 



Jane Lock. 



Edward Lock 
Bicester, co. Oxfo 
gent ; died bef< 
6 April 1780. \H 
dated 7 April 177 



William Lock, livi 
6 April 1780. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
6 April 1780. 



Tapson and Ebbesworthe. 

INDENTURE made 24 January 163!, between (1) Alexander 
Ebbesworthe of Bradstone, co. Devon, gent, and (2) William Harrie 
of St. Mellion, co. Cornwall, yeoman, and John Tapson of Buckland 
Monachorum, co. Devon, yeoman. 

In consideration of the marriage of Agnes, his eldest daughter, with 
Nicholas Tapson of Buckland Monachorum, yeoman (brother of the 
said John Tapson), and £220 to be paid by Nicholas Tapson to 
form a portion for Katherine Ebbesworthe, his youngest daughter, 
Alexander Ebbesworthe agrees to levy a fine on his lands in Bradstone, 
Sourton and Peter Tavy, co. Devon, by which William Harrie and 
John Tapson shall be seized of the lands to the use of the said 



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Alexander Ebbesworthe for life, then to the use of the said Nicholas 
and Agnes and their issue. 

Signature of Alexander (x) Ebbesworthe. 

Witnesses : Walter Harris, Thomas (x) Maddocke, Phi : (x) Stephens, 
RotSti (x) Tapson, ju. 



Alexander Ebbesworthe of= 
Bradstone, co. Devon, gent; 
living 24 January 163!- 



John Tapson of Buckland Nicholas Tapson=Agnes, marr. before 24 Katherine, 
Monachorum, co. Devon, of Buckland Mona- January 163% (date of living 24 
yeoman ; living 24 January chorum, yeoman. marriage settlements). January 

163I. 



Taverner and Cudlip. 

INDENTURE made 2 March 174A, between (1) Thomas Taverner of 
Brent-Tor, co. Devon, yeoman, (2) John Herring of Lamerton, co. 
Devon, gent, and Hugh Croker of Tavistock, co. Devon, gent, and 
(3) Ann Cudlipp of Brent-Tor, eldest daughter of John Cudlipp of 
Plymouth, co. Devon, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Ann Cudlipp, 
Thomas Taverner grants unto John Herring and Hugh Croker a rent 
charge of ^30 annually on his lands in St. Teath, co. Cornwall, and 
at Willesworthy, in Petertavy, co. Devon, to the use of the said Ann, 
if she survive her husband. 

Signatures of Tho : Taverner, Jn° Herring, Hu : Croker, Ann 
Cudlipp. 

Witnesses : John Tindall, John Cudlipp, John Cudlipp, jun r . 
Appended is a schedule of furniture belonging to Ann Cudlipp. 



John Cudlipp of Plymouth,=j= 
co. Devon, yeoman ; living 
2 March 174^. 



Thomas Taverner of Ann Cudlipp. 
Brent-Tor, co. Devon, 
yeoman. > 

Marriage Settlements dated 
2 March 174^. 



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Taylor and Haughton. 



INDENTURES of Lease and Release made 14 and 15 December 
1779, between (1) Sir John Taylor of Grafton Street, Hanover 
Square, co. Middlesex, baronet, and Dame Elizabeth Goodin Taylor his 
wife, late Elizabeth Goodin Haughton, spinster, (2) Dugald Malcolm of 
Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, co. Middlesex, esquire, and James 
Kerr of Harley Street, Cavendish Square, esquire, and (3) Simon 
Taylor of Kingston, in Jamaica, and Robert Cooper Lee of Bedford 
Square, co. Middlesex, esquire. 

In consideration of his marriage with the said Dame Elizabeth 
Goodin, and of articles of agreement made 16 December 1778, between 
(1) Sir John Taylor, (2) his wife, then Elizabeth Goodin Haughton 
and of the age of 20 years, (3) Niel Malcolm, esquire, and Mary his 
wife, and Dugald Malcolm, and (4) Simon Taylor and Robert Cooper 
Lee, Sir John Taylor grants unto Simon Taylor and Robert Cooper Lee 
plantations, &c, in Hanover, in the Island of Jamaica, to some of 
which Dame Elizabeth is entitled, as heir of her grandfather, Richard 
Haughton, esquire, deceased, to the use of the said Sir John and 
Dame Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures (to Lease), Jn° Taylor, Eliza Taylor, (to Release), 
Jn° Taylor, Eliza Taylor, Robert Cooper Lee. 
Witnesses : John Allen, James Bowes. 

Endorsed with declaration dated 1 February 1780, by the Lord 
Mayor, that Sir John and Dame Elizabeth Goodin Taylor acknowledged 
their act before him. Signed : B. Kennett, Mayor. 

Sir John Taylor==Elizabeth Goodin Haughton, 
of Grafton Street, grand-daughter of Richard 
Hanover Square, Haughton of the Isle of 
co. Middlesex, Jamaica ; marr. after 16 De- 
baronet, cember 1778, and before 

14 December 1779 (dates 

of marriage settlements). 

1778. December 17. " Sir John Taykr, Bart, of St. George's, 
Hanover-square, to Miss Elizabeth Goodin Haughton, of Mary-le-bone." 
Gent's Mag., Vol. 48 (1778), page 606. 



Taylor and Marten. 

INDENTURE made 28 March 1665, between (1) Thomas Taylor of 
-L Eckington, co. Worcester, yeoman, and (2) John Aston of Gretton, 
co. Gloucester, gent, and William Marten of Gretton, yeoman. 

In consideration of a marriage already solemnized between Richard 
Taylor, son and heir apparent of the said Thomas Taylor, and 



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Margaret, daughter of the said William Marten, Thomas Taylor grants 
unto John Aston and William Marten, lands, &c, in Eckington for 
the use of the said Richard and Margaret Taylor and their issue. 

Signature of Thomas (x) Taylor. 

Witnesses : John Wattkins, Tho: Russell. 



Thomas Taylor of Eckington,== William Marten of Gretton, 



co. Worcester, yeoman ; living 
28 March 1665. 



co. Gloucester, yeoman 
living 28 March 1665. 



T 



Richard Taylor=Margaret, marr. before 
(son and heir 28 March 1665 (date of 
apparent.) marriage settlements). 

5 February 1662. "Richard Taylor of Eakinton and Margaret 
Martin of Gretton." — Registers of Winchcombe, co. Gloucester. 



Taylor and Nixon. 

INDENTURE made 19 December 1741, between (1) Thomas 
Taylor of the City of Dublin, merchant, and Jane his wife, and 
their son, James Taylor of the same, brewer, (2) John Nixon of the 
same, dyer, and his daughter, Mary Nixon, (3) Robert Nixon of 
Cranalaghbeg, co. Longford, gent, and Samuel Taylor of Dublin, 
brewer, and (4) Edward Torton of Dublin, merchant. 

By indenture dated 4 March 1727, William Conolly, esquire, a 
Lord Justice General of Ireland, demised unto Thomas Taylor of the 
Grange, co. Dublin, gent (father of the above Thomas Taylor), land, 
&c, at Rathfarnam, co. Dublin, to hold for the lives of Thomas Taylor, 
the son, and his only son James Taylor, then aged about 12 years, 
and Thomas Taylor, eldest son of John Taylor of the City of Dublin, 
brewer (eldest son of the lessee), and by indenture made 6 October 
1736, William Conolly, esquire, nephew and heir of the aforesaid 
William Conolly, demised unto Thomas Taylor, the son, lands in the 
lordship of Rathfarnam to hold for the lives of Thomas Taylor and 
Jane his wife and their son James. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between James Taylor 
and Mary Nixon, Thomas Taylor grants unto Robert Nixon and 
Samuel Taylor the above named lands to the use of Thomas and Jane 



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Taylor - for life, then to the use of the said James and Mary and 
their issue. 

Signatures of Tho s Taylor, Jane Taylor, Ja: Taylor, John Nixon, 
Mary Nixon. 

Witnesses : Matt : Pageitt, Ben : Johnston. 



Thomas Taylor of the= 
Grange, co. Dublin, 
gent ; living 4 March 
I 7 2 f- 



John Taylor of= 
Dublin, brewer 
(eldest son) ; 
living 4 March 

I72f 



I 

Thomas Taylor 
(eldest son) ; 
living 4 March 
1724. 



Thomas Taylor of=y=Jane, living 



Dublin, merchant ; 
living 19 December 
1741. 



19 Decem- 
ber 1741. 



John Nixon of= 
Dublin, dyer ; 
living 1 9 De- 
cember 1 741. 



James Taylor (only son) ,-=Mary Nixon, 
aged about 12, 4 March 



r 7 2f 



Marriage Settlements dated 
19 December 1741. 



"1741. Jan. 28 th . James Taylor cV Mary Nixon, by Licence, 
and by M r Nesbit, Curate." — Registers of St. Catherine's, Dublin. 



Teeton and Bodington. 

INDENTURE made 21 May 1689, between (1) Thomas Teeton, the 
elder, of Darrington, co. Northampton, gent, and Mary his wife, and 
son and heir apparent, Thomas Teeton, (2) Edward Bodington of Cold 
Brayfield, co. Buckingham, gent, and his youngest daughter, Elizabeth 
Bodington, and William Sprigs of Wollaston, co. Northampton, yeoman, 
and (3) John Bodington of Biggleswade, co. Bedford, draper, Edward 
Bodington, the younger, of Cold Brayfield, gent, and William Hawkes 
of Walgrave, co. Northampton, yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Thomas Teeton 
and Elizabeth Bodington, Thomas Teeton, the elder, and Thomas 
Teeton, the younger, grant unto Edward Bodington and William 
Sprigs, lands, tkc, in Denton, alias Doddington Parva, Earl's Barton 



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and Whiston, co. Northampton, to the use of the said Thomas and 
Elizabeth and their heirs. 

Signatures of Thomas Teeton, Mary Teeton, Thomas Teeton, jun., 
Ed: Bodington, Elizabeth Bodington, Edward Bodington, juner. 

Witnesses : Ann Bodington, William Colyer, W m Salisbury. 



Thomas Teeton of=j=Mary. 
Darrington, co. North- 
ampton, gent ; living 
21 May 1689. 



Thomas Teeton of 
Darrington, gent. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
21 May 1689. 



Terry and Hughes. 

INDENTURE made 5 January 1737, between (1) Anne Hughes of 
Quainton, co. Buckingham, widow of Thomas Hughes, the elder, 
late of Quainton, yeoman, and Robert Terry of Quainton, yeoman, and 
Ann his now wife, only child of the said Ann and Thomas Hughes, 
and (2) William Randolph of Long Crendon, co. Buckingham, yeoman, 
and Robert Markham of Doreton, co. Buckingham, yeoman, and 
Thomas Hughes of Quainton, yeoman, son and heir of the said 
Thomas Hughes, deceased. 

In consideration of the marriage of Robert Terry with Anne his 
now wife, Ann Hughes and Robert and Ann Terry grant unto 
William Randolph and Robert Markham a messuage, &c, in Quainton 
and Beaconsfield, co. Buckingham, to the use of the said Ann Hughes 
for life, then to the use of the said Robert and Ann Terry and their 
issue, subject to the raising of ^40 to be paid to Frances Seare, 




Edward Bodington, the= 
elder, of Cold Brayfield, 
co. Buckingham, gent; 
living 2t May 1689. 



Elizabeth Bodington 
(youngest daughter). 



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grand-daughter of Ann Hughes, at the age of 21, and £20 to Thomas 
Seare, son of Ann Hughes, when he returns to England. 

Signatures of Anne hughes, Robert Terry, Anne Terry, William 
Randolph, Thomas Hughes. 

Witnesses : H. Warner, H. Warner, jun r . 



1st wife. 



.=j=Thomas Hughes of=j=Ann, living=j=. 



Quainton, co. Bucking- 
ham, yeoman ; died 
before 5 January 173-7. 



5 January 



. Seare. 
1 st husband. 



Thomas Hughes Robert Terry=Ann (only child), 
of Quainton, yeo- of Quainton, marr. before 5 
man; living 5 yeoman. January i73f 

January 1737. (date of marriage 

settlements). 



Thomas Seare, living 
out of England 
5 January 173$. 



Frances, not 21 
5 January 173!. 



Thirlby and Fullsure. 

INDENTURE made 15 April 1680, between (1) George Thirlby of 
A Brascote, co. Leicester, yeoman, and (2) Thomas Thirlby of 
Sharnford, co. Leicester, clerk, and Edward Fullsure of Sapcoate, 
co. Leicester, yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Richard Thirlby, 
one of the sons of the said George Thirlby, and Elizabeth Fullsure, 
daughter of Richard Fullsure of Kirkby Mallory, co. Leicester, 
yeoman, George Thirlby grants unto the said Thomas Thirlby and 
Edward Fullsure messuage, &c, in Brascote to the use of the said 
George and Elizabeth, his now wife for life, then to the use of the 
said Richard Thirlby and Elizabeth Fullsure and their heirs. 

Signature of George (x) Thirlby. 

Witnesses : William Bacon, clerk, Leonard Hawkins, Henry Biddlo, 
William Thurklay. 



George Thirlby of=Elizabeth, 
Brascote, co. Leicester, living 15 
yeoman; living 15 April April 1680. 
1680. 



Richard Fullsure of Kirkby=f= 
Mallory, co. Leicester, yeo- 
man ; living 15 April 1680. 



Richard Thirlby. Elizabeth Fullsure. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
15 April 1680. 



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Thornton and Mansell. 



TNDENTURE made 9 May 17 10, between (1) Edward Thornton, 

the younger, of Footherley, in Shenston, co. Stafford, yeoman, and 
Elizabeth his wife, a daughter of Mary Parrocke of Chetwynd End, 
co. Salop, widow, by her former husband, Humphry Mansell, 
(2) Thomas Orme, son of Francis Orme of Edgmond, co. Salop, 
yeoman, and (3) Mary Parrocke. 

In consideration of their marriage, Edward and Elizabeth Thornton 
grant unto Thomas Orme, land, &c, in Footherley to the use of Mary 
Parrocke for life, then to the use of them and their issue. 

Signatures of Edward Thornton, Elizabeth Thornton, Thomas Orme. 

Witnesses : Thomas Johnson, Robert Mansell. 



Humphry Mansell.= 
1 st husband. 



=Mary, of Chetwynd=. . . Parrocke, 
End, co. Salop, died before 
9 May 1 7 10. 9 May 17 10. 

2nd husband. 



Edward Thornton of=Elizabeth, marr. before 
Footherley, in Shenstone, 9 May 17 10 (date of 
co. Stafford, yeoman. marriage settlements). 



Thrift and [ ]. 

INDENTURE made 5 July 1736, between (1) Thomas Thrift, the 
elder, of Cove, in Yateley, co. Hants, blacksmith, and Rachel his 
wife, daughter and heir of Henry Hinde, late of Hurst, co. Berks, 
yeoman, (2) their son Thomas Thrift, the younger, of Frimley, co. 
Surrey, cordwainer, and Mary his wife, (3) Richard Jarret of Haveley, 
in Yateley, yeoman, and Richard Clark of Guildford, co. Surrey, 
yeoman, and (4) John Holt of Frimley, woollen weaver, and John 
Clark, the younger, of Yateley, maltster. 

In consideration of the marriage of Thomas Thrift with Mary his 
wife, Thomas and Rachel Thrift agree with Richard Jarret and Richard 
Clark to levy a fine on a messuage, &c, at Cove, in Yateley, to 
the use of the said Thomas and Rachel for life, then to raise £50 



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for John Thrift and William Thrift, other sons of the said Thomas 
and Rachel, then to the use of the said Thomas and Mary and 
their heirs. 

Signatures of Thomas Thrift, Rachel Thrift, Thomas Thrift, Juner, 
Mary Thrift, Richd : Clarke, John Holt, John Clarke. 
Witnesses : John Shotter, James Shrubb. 



Henry Hinde of Hurst,= 
co. Berks, yeoman ; died 
before 5 July 1736. 



Thomas Thrift of Yateley,=j=Rachel, living 



co. Hants, blacksmith ; 
living s July 1736. 



5 July 1736. 



Thomas Thrift= 
of Frimley, co. 
Surrey, cord- 



=Mary, marr. before 5 
July 1736 (date of 
marriage settlements). 



John Thrift, 
living s July 
1736. 



William Thrift, 
living s July 
1736. 



wainer. 



Thurston and Rebow. 

(See "Fragmenta Genealogica" Vol. VIII., page 2/.) 



Tims and Read. 

INDENTURE made 13 March 1829, between (1) John Tims, late of 
J- Burton Dassett, co. Warwick, now of Newbottle, co. Northampton, 
yeoman, and Ann his wife, and (2) Henry Barrs of Coventry, co. 
Warwick, baker. 

In consideration of the marriage of himself with Ann his wife, 
John Sims grants to Henry Barrs, land at Knightcotte, in Burton 
Dassett, devised by the late William Ledbrooke to John and 
Elizabeth Tims, to the use of the said John and Ann Tims and 
their heirs. 

Witness : Thos : Kilby. 

Endorsed : " Settlement on the marriage of M r Tims with Miss 
Read." 

John Tims of Newbottle,=Ann Read, marr. before 
co. Northampton, yeoman. 13 March 1829. 



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Tipper and Williams. 

INDENTURE made 10 November 1727, between (1) Sarah Willmott 
of Upper Mitton, in Hartlebury, co. Worcester, widow, Joseph 
Tipper, the elder, of the same, carpenter, Joan Willson of the same, 
spinster, and Joseph Tipper, the younger, only son of Joseph Tipper, 
(2) Richard Williams of Elmley Lovett, co. Worcester, gent, and 
Robert Fidkin of Hartlebury, gent, and (3) John Cupper of Lower 
Mitton, in Kidderminster, co. Worcester, yeoman, John Williams of 
Elmley Lovett, yeoman, and Elizabeth Williams, one of the daughters 
of Richard Williams. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Joseph Tipper, 
the younger, and Elizabeth Williams, Sarah Willmott, &c, grants unto 
Richard Williams and Robert Fidkin a messuage, &c, in New Street, 
in the City of Worcester, and land at Upper Mitton and at Lower 
Mitton, in Kidderminster, to the use of the said Joseph and Elizabeth 
and their issue. 

Signatures of Sara Willmot, Joseph Tipper, Joan (x) Willson, 
Joseph Tipper, younger, Richard Williams. 

Witnesses : Edward Hoyl, John Webb, Samuel Burch. 



Joseph Tipper of Upper=j= 
Mitton, in Hartlebury, 
co. Worcester, carpenter; 
living 10 November 
r 727- 



Richard Williams of= 
Elmley Lovett, co. 
Worcester, gent; living 
10 November 1729. 



r 



Joseph Tipper. Elizabeth Williams. 

' , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
10 November 1727. 



Titley and Meres. 

DEED POLL dated 1 February 170$, of Henry Meres of 
South Luffenham, co. Rutland, clerk, and Eleanor Meres his 
daughter. 

By indentures made 14 and 15 January 17 of, between (1) John 
Gore of Bedford, gent, and Martha his wife, (2) Henry Meres and 
his son and heir apparent, Francis Meres of South Luffenham, gent, 
and Eleanor Meres, (3) Richard Mythe of Stamford, co. Lincoln, 
gent, and Clement Tookey of London, clerk, and (4) John Perrott of 
Stony Stratford, co. Buckingham, gent, certain lands in Great Oxenden, 
co. Northampton, in which Martha Gore had a life interest, and 
after her decease Henry, Francis and Eleanor Meres, were conveyed 
to the use of Henry Meres for life, and then to the use of Eleanor 



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Meres. Now, in consideration of an intended marriage between 
Charles Titley of Uffington, co. Lincoln, clerk, and Eleanor Meres, 
and of an intended conveyance of the said lands to be made by 
indentures between (i) Henry Meres and Eleanor Meres, (2) Robert 
Meres of Stamford, co. Lincoln, esquire, and John Evans of Uffington, 
clerk, and (3) Charles Titley ; Henry and Eleanor Meres declare the 
before-mentioned trusts to be revoked in favour of the intended 
conveyance. 

Signatures of Hen : Meres, Elenor Meres. 

Witnesses : Leo : Thomson, Geo : Darshire, Thos : Truesdale. 



Henry Meres of South= 
Luffenham, co. Rutland, 
clerk; living 1 February 



170$. 



Charles Titley of Uffington,=Elenor Meres, 
co. Lincoln, clerk. <■ ; 

Marriage Settlements dated 
1 February 17 of. 



Francis Meres of South 
Luffenham, gent ; living 
15 January 17 of. 



1706. u M r Charles Titley of Uffington in y* County of Lincolne 
Clerke & M s Elenor Meres were married February y fifth. 
Hen: Meres, R* Eccles. 
Hugh Bidmore, Ch. Warden." 

Registers of South Luffenham, co. Rutland. 



Topping and James. 

TNDENTURE made 4 February 173^, between (1) Ann James of 
J- Lichfield, widow, (2) Esther Bayley of Lichfield, spinster, 
(3) John Topping of Lichfield, malster, and (4) Elizabeth James, 
Jane James, Isabella James, children of Ann James by her late 
husband John James. 

John James, by his will dated 16 June 1723 (duly proved in the 
Court of the Dean of Lichfield), bequeathed half his personal estate 
to his wife and the other half to his children at the age of 21. 
Now in consideration of her intended marriage with John Topping, 
Ann James grants to Esther Bayley her personal estate in trust, to 
enable her daughter, Elizabeth James, to carry on the business of a 
linendraper and provide fortunes for her and her sisters. 

Signatures of Ann James, Hester Bayley, John Topping. 

Witnesses : Stephen Simpson, Will™ Hawkins. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 4 February 173^, between 
(1) John Topping of Lichfield, malster, (2) Ann James of the 
same, widow, and (3) Stephen Simpson of the same, gent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Ann James, John 



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Topping agrees to assign her ,£400 if she survive him without issue, 
and £200 having issue. 

Signatures of John Topping, Ann James, Step" Simpson. 

Witnesses : Hester Bayley, Will" 1 Hawkins. 

John James=j=Ann.=John Topping of Lichfield, 
of Lichfield. malster. 2nd husband. 

Will dated 16 < , 

June 1723. Marriage Settlements dated 
1st husband. 4 February 173^. 



Elizabeth, not 21, Jane, not 21, 4 Isabella, not 21, 
4 February 173^. February 173^. 4 February 173^. 

"6 Feb: 17 3\. Mr. John Topping 6° Mrs. Anne James." — 
Registers of St. Mary's, Lichfield, co. Stafford. 



Townsend and Hankin. 

"INDENTURE made 31 October 1783, between (1) John Townsend 
J- of Donnington, co. Berks, huntsman, (2) Jane Hankin of Farley 
Wallop, co. Hants, spinster, and (3) John Hankin of Farley Wallop, 
yeoman, and Thomas Taylor of Witney, co. Oxford, baker. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Jane Hankin, John 
Townsend grants unto John Hankin and Thomas Taylor a messuage, 
&c, in Witney, devised by Job Townsend, late of Witney, yeoman, 
deceased, to Henry Townsend, father of John Townsend, for life, then 
to John Townsend and his heirs, to the use of the said John and 
Jane and their heirs. 

Signatures of John Townsend, Jane Hankin, John Hankin, 
Thomas Taylor. 

Witnesses : Martha Talpa, Jn° Rogers, Ms : Caston. 

Henry Townsend.=j= 



John Townsend of Donnington, =Jane Hankin of Farley Wallop, 
co. Berks, huntsman. co. Hants, spinster. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
31 October 1783. 

"John Townsend, b., of Shaw, co. Berks, 6° Jane Hankin, s., of 
Farleigh, 9 Dec: 1783." — Registers of Chiddesden, co. Hants. 



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Towson and Cole. 



INDENTURE made 2 April 1651, between (1) John Towson of 
Brixton, co. Devon, yeoman, (2) John Avent of Ford, in Plymton 
Mary, co. Devon, yeoman, and Thomas Cole of Plymstock, co. Devon, 
yeoman, and (3) Gertrude Cole, sole daughter of Johane Cole of 
Plymstock, widow. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between John Towson and 
Gertrude Cole, John Towson grants to John Avent and Thomas Cole 
the lands, &c, "Winston," in Brixton, for the use of the said John 
and Gertrude. 

Signatures of John Avent, Thomas Cole. 

Witnesses : Laurence Worth, Arthur Hele, Robert Stevens. 



Cole, died=j=Joan, living 



before 2 April 
1651, 



2 April 1 65 1. 



John Towson of Brixton, Gertrude Cole, 
co. Devon, yeoman. > 

Marriage Settlements dated 
2 April 165 1. 



Tryon and Yarde. 

INDENTURE made 22 January 17^, between (1) Thomas Tryon 

of London, merchant, (2) Sir Thomas Cross of Westminster, 
baronet, and Mary Yard of St. George's, Hanover Square, co. 
Middlesex, gentlewoman, and (3) John Cross of Westminster, esquire, 
and Robert Godschall of London, merchant. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Thomas Tryon 
and Mary Yard, and of indentures of even date made between 
(1) William Tryon of London, merchant, and Alice his wife and their 
son and heir apparent, the said Thomas Tryon, (2) Sir Thomas Cross 
and Mary Yard, and (3) John Cross and Robert Godschall, by which 
William and Thomas Tryon convey to John Cross and Robert 
Godschall the manor, &c, of Frognall, in Chislehurst, Paul's Cray, 
Foot's Cray and North Cray, co. Kent, to the uses there mentioned ; 
it is agreed that ^3000 shall be further invested in lands to the use of 
the said Thomas and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Thos: Tryon, Thomas Crosse, Mary Yarde, John 
Crosse, Rob' Godschall. 

Witnesses : Edw d Gilbert, Gabriel Leaver. 

Endorsed : " This Deed was showed unto Gabriel Leaver at the 
time of his examination taken in chancery on the part of Mary Tryon, 

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widow, and Relict of Thomas Tryon, her late husband, deceased, 
and Mary Tryon, spinster, Daughter and heir at law of the said 
Thomas Tryon and others, Def ts at the Suite of Edw d Bisse, Comp". 
John Spooner by J. T." 

"This Deed, &c, at the suite of Amy Yard, spinster, Compl'. 
John Spooner by J. T." 

"This Parchment Writing, &c, on the Part of Mary Tryon, Widow, 
& others, Defts at the Suite of Slingsby Bethell, Esq and others, 
Compts. John Spooner by J. T." 




INDENTURE made 8 February 173I, between (1) Thomas Tryon 
and Mary his wife, (2) Sir Thomas Cross of Westminster, baronet, 
and (3) John Cross, esquire, and Robert Godschall of London, 
Alderman. 

Thomas Tryon grants to John Cross and Robert Godschall 
lands, &c, in Stone, Swanscomb, Darenth, Dartford and Greenhithe, 
co. Kent, lately bought of Frances Nixon of St. Peter's All Saints', in 
the Isle of Barbadoes, to the use of the said Thomas and Mary and 
their issue. 

Signatures of Tho s Tryon, Mary Tryon, Thomas Crosse, John 
Crosse, Ro l Godschall. 

Witnesses : Gabriel Leaver, Scr : in Friday Street, Nathaniel Maber. 

Endorsed as the other deed, and in addition: "This parchment 
Deed, &c, at the suite of Samuel Spencer, plaintiffe. 

John Spooner by J. T." 



William Tryon of=j=Alice, living 



London, merchant; 
living 22 January 



,,29 



2 2 January 



,,29 



Thomas Tryon of= 
London, merchant; 
living 8 February 



=Mary Yard, marriage 
settlements dated 22 
January i7§£; living 
8 February 173^. 



I 

Mary Tryon. 



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Tuckey and Phillipps. 



INDENTURE made 23 August 1716, between (1) Rebecca Tuckey of 
Greenhythe, in Svvanscombe, co. Kent, widow, (2) Thomas Colyer 
of Southfleet, co. Kent, yeoman, (3) William Tuckey of Greenhythe, 
wharfinger, only son and heir of Rebecca Tuckey, and (4) Mary 
Phillipps of Southfleet, spinster. 

In consideration of the intended marriage of William Tuckey and 
Mary Phillipps, Rebecca Tuckey grants unto Thomas Colyer her 
stock in trade, &c, "one Silver Tankard, two Silver Spoones, one 
Silver Salt," &c, in trust for the said William and Mary. 
Signature of Rebekah Tuckey. 
Witnesses: Hen: Elwood, Will m Swift. 



( William) Tuckey,=j=Rebecca, of Greenhithe, 



died before 23 
August 1 7 16. 



co. Kent ; living 23 
August 17 16. 



William Tuckey Mary Phillipps of 
of Greenhithe, Southfleet, co. Kent, 
wharfinger. spinster. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
23 August 1 7 16. 



Tungood and Smith. 

INDENTURE made 13 August 1729, between (1) George Kett 
of Wymondham, co. Norfolk, butcher, (2) Stephen Tungood of 
Wymondham, yeoman, and (3) his only son, Robert Tungood 
of Wymondham, yeoman, and Sarah his wife, one of the daughters of 
Edward Smith of Wymondham, yeoman. 

By articles of agreement made 28 February 172^-, between Stephen 
Tungood and Edward Smith, previous to the marriage of the said 
Robert and Sarah, Stephen Tungood promised to settle on them lands 
of the value of ^600; George Kett now sells to Stephen Tungood, 
lands in Wymondham to the use of Robert and Sarah Tungood and 
their issue. 

Signatures of Robert Tungood, Sarah Tungood. 
Witnesses: Martha Moss, Jere: Burroughes. 



Stephen Tungood of Wymond-=f= 
ham, co. Norfolk, yeoman ; 
living 13 August 1729. 



Edward Smith of=j= 
Wymondham, yeoman ; 
living 13 August 1729. 



Robert Tungood of=Sarah, marriage settlements 
Wymondham, yeoman; dated 28 February 172'; 
living 13 August 1729. living 13 August 1729. 



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Tyler and Barrett. 

INDENTURE made i November 1698, between (1) Martha Tyler, 
A alias Hubbard, of Gumley, co. Leicester, widow, and Matthias 
Tyler of Gumley, co. Leicester, labourer, and (2) Samuel Barrett of 
Medbourne, co. Leicester, yeoman, and Simon Barrett of Ashley, co. 
Northampton, carpenter. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Matthias Tyler 
and Elizabeth Barrett, a daughter of William Barrett of Ashley, 
carpenter, Martha and Matthias Tyler grants unto Samuel and Simon 
Barrett a cottage, &c, in Gumley to the use of the said Matthias and 
Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of Martha (x) Tyler, alias Hubbard, Matthias (x) Tyler. 

Witnesses : Ane rudick (?) John Marlow, John Cricke. 



William Barrett of Ashley,=j= 
co. Northampton, carpenter; 
living 1 November 1698. 



Matthias Tyler of Gumley, Elizabeth Barrett, 
co. Leicester, labourer. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
1 November 1698. 



Tyrwhitt and Manners. 

INDENTURE made 16 December 1597, between (1) Roger, Earl of 
Rutland, Lord Rosse of Hamblacke, Trusbury and Belvoir, John 
Manners of Haddon, co. Derby, esquire, Roger Manners of Uffington, 
co. Lincoln, Esquire of Her Majesty's Person, Philip Tyrwhitt of 
Stainfield, co. Lincoln, esquire, George Hatlyffe of Clixbye, co. Lincoln, 
esquire, and Henry Farre of Belvoir, gent, and (2) Robert Tyrwhitt 
of Kettleby, co. Lincoln, esquire. 

In consideration of his marriage with Lady Bridget, sister of the 
Earl of Rutland, and his affection for his sons, William and Robert, 
by his said wife, Robert Tyrwhitt grants to the Earl of Rutland, &c, 
the manors of Etchingham, Salehurst, Glottingham and Mountfield, 
co. Sussex, and Kettlebye House, co. Lincoln, to the use of him, 



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Robert Tyrwhitt, for life, then to the use of William Tyrwhitt and 
his heirs with reversion to Robert Tyrwhitt. 

Witnesses: A. Radcliff, M. Puresey, Rog: Bayne, Will: Lawson. 

Examined in the presence of Will: Tyrwhitt, Fran: Wilkinsonn, 
Thomas Myddlemore, Will: Dilke. 

{Copy on paper.') 



Robert Tyrwhitt of=j=Bridget, marriage 



Kettleby, co. Lincoln, 
esquire. 



settlements dated 
1 6 December 1597. 



William Tyrwhitt, living 
16 December 1597. 



Roger, Earl of 
Rutland, living 16 
December 1597. 



Robert Tyrwhitt, living 
16 December 1597. 



Unwin and Edwards. 

INDENTURE made 30 July 1760, between Thomas Unwin of 
Castle Hedingham, co. Essex, esquire, and Hannah Edwards 
of Bucklersbury, London, widow. 

By indenture made 13 April 1759, between (1) Thomas Unwin, 
(2) Hannah Edwards, and (3) her daughter Mary Edwards, spinster, 
Thomas Unwin, in consideration of his intended marriage with the said 
Mary, agreed to settle on her the sum of ^7000 ; the said marriage 
having been solemnized, he undertakes to surrender his lands, &c, 
held of the manors of Hedingham Burrough and Hedingham Upland, 
to the use of his said wife Mary Unwin. 
Signature of Thomas Unwin. 
Witnesses : John Harrison, Oliver Cromwell. 

. . . Edwards, died=j=Hannah, of Bucklersbury, 
before 13 April 1759. London; living 30 July 1760. 



Thomas Unwin of Castle=Mary, marriage settlements 
Hedingham, co. Essex, esquire; dated 13 April 1759; marr. 
living 30 July 1760. before 30 July 1760. 

17 S9- April if. " TIio. Unwin of Castle Hedingham, Essex — 
to Miss Edivards of Bucklersbury." — Gent's Mag., Vol. 2p t page igj.. 

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Vann and Lee. 

INDENTURE made n April 1696, between (1) Thomas Vann of 
J- Great Wigston, co. Leicester, stocking weaver, son of Daniel Vann, 
late of Great Wigston, yeoman, deceased, by Elizabeth his wife, 
deceased, and (2) John Lee of Lilburne, co. Northampton, yeoman, 
and Robert Lee of Lilburne, stocking weaver, his son and heir 
apparent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Lee, 
a daughter of John Lee, Thomas Vann grants to John and Robert 
Lee a messuage, &c, in Great Wigston, purchased by his grandfather, 
Thomas Vann, deceased, of Henry Turvyle, esquire, to the use of 
the said Thomas and Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signature of John Lee. 

Witnesses : Andrew Hinde, Tho : Bromwich. 



Thomas Vann of Great=p 
Wigston, co. Leicester ; 
died before 11 April 1696. 



Daniel Vann of Great= 
Wigston, yeoman ; died 
before 11 April 1696. 



=Elizabeth, died 
before 1 1 April 
1696. 



John Lee of Lilbourne, co.= 
Northampton, yeoman ; 
living 11 April 1696. 



Thomas Vann of Great Elizabeth Lee. 
Wigston, weaver. «■ , > 

Marriage Settlements dated 
11 April 1696. 



Robert Lee of Lilbourne, 
stocking weaver ; living 1 1 
April 1696. 



Vernon and Kirkham. 

(See "Fragmenta Genealogica" Vol. II, page 31.) 



Wace and Bardwell. 

(See "Notes" to "Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. V., page 40.) 



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Waddams and Moss. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 16 March 172^, between 
(1) Joseph Waddams of Quintons Orchard, in Pipe Ridware, co. 
Stafford, yeoman, (2) Mary Moss of Lichfield, widow of William Moss, 
late of Lichfield, baker, deceased, and Elizabeth Moss her daughter, 
and (3) Samuel Waddams of Longdon, co. Stafford, yeoman, and 
Thomas Robinson of Hill Ridware, co. Stafford, gent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Elizabeth Moss, 
Joseph Waddams agrees to settle £80 on the said Elizabeth in case 
she survive him. 

Signatures of Joseph Waddams, Mary Moss, Elizabeth Moss, 
Sam Waddams, Tho : Robinson. 

Witnesses : Henry Clark, Mich : Robinson. 

William Moss of Lichfield, =f=Mary, living 16 



baker; died before 16 
March 172!-. 



March 17 1\. 



Joseph Waddams of Quintons=Elizabeth Moss. 
Orchard, in Pipe Ridware, co. 
Stafford, yeoman. > 

Marriage Settlements dated 
16 March 172A. 

1722. March 26. "Josephus Woddams 6° Elizabeth Moss."- 
Registers of Pipe Ridware, co. Stafford. 



Wade and Bosworth. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 18 July 17 10, between 
(1) Thomas Wade, the younger, of Clipston, co. Northampton, 
gent, (2) Thomas Bosworth of Clipston, gent, and Richard Manton 
of Clipston, gent, and (3) Anne Bosworth of Clipston, spinster, a 
daughter of Thomas Bosworth. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Anne Bosworth, 
Thomas Wade agrees to convey to Thomas Bosworth and Richard 
Manton an estate of ^30 yearly to the use of the said Thomas and 
Anne and their issue. 

Signatures of Tho: Wade, Ann Bosworth, Rich: Manton, 
Tho: (x) Bosworth. 

Witnesses: Ev: Sturgis, John Plover, Philip Bliss, Elizabeth Koe. 

Thomas Bosworth of Clipston,=f= 
co. Northampton, gent ; living 
18 July 1 7 10. 

Thomas Wade of Anne Bosworth. 
Clipston, gent. v. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
18 July 1 7 10. 



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Walker and Smyth. 



INDENTURE made 29 April 1667, between (1) Patience Walker of 
Carisbrook, in the Isle of Wight, widow, and (2) John Searle 
of St. Cross, near Newport, Isle of Wight, gent, and James Smith of 
Whippingham, Isle of Wight, cloth worker. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between her son, Thomas 
Walker, and Mary Smith, daughter of James Smith, Patience Walker 
agrees to stand seized of her estate in Carisbrook to the use of the 
said Thomas and Mary and their issue. 
Signatures of Jo : Serle, Jemes Smyth. 

Witnesses : Marke Thearle, William Hayles, jun., W m Hayles. 



. . . Walker, = 
died before 
29 April 1 667. 



=Patience, of Caris- 
brook, Isle of Wight ; 
living 29 April 1667. 



James Smith of Whippingham,=f= 
Isle of Wight, cloth worker ; 
living 29 April 1667. 



Thomas Walker. Mary Smith. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
29 April 1667. 



Walsingham and Waring. 




RANT dated 26 October 1604, by Maurice Walsingham of Woseley 
Court, in Alcester, co. Warwick, gent. 



In consideration of an intended marriage between John Walsingham, 
the younger, son and heir apparent of my brother John Walsingham of 
Bromesgrove, co. Worcester, gent, and Margaret Waringe, daughter 
of Edward Waringe, late of Woseley Court, deceased, I grant to 
George Throckmorton of Grafton, co. Warwick, gent, and Richard 
Geaste of Alverchurch, co. Worcester, yeoman, land in Exhall, 
Wickelsford, Byforde and Broome, co. Warwick, for the use of 
me, Maurice Walsingham, then of the said John and Margaret and 
their heirs male. 

Signature of Mawryce Walsingham. 

Witnesses : Henry Dugard, William Hyern, Rich : Harris, Thomas 
Biddle, John Dod, Thomas Hyerne, Edward Hyerne and many 
others. 

INDENTURE made 1 January, 6 Jac: I. (i6of), between (1) Maurice 
J- Walsingham of Oversley Court, in Alcester, co. Warwick, gent, and 
(2) John Walsingham, the younger, son and heir apparent of John 
Walsingham, gent, brother of the said Maurice. 

In consideration of the marriage of the said John Walsingham with 
Margaret his now wife, Maurice Walsingham grants to the said John 



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Walsingham that he be seized of lands, &c, in Exhall, Wickelsford, 
Bidford and Brome, co. Warwick, to the use of him, Maurice, for life, 
then to the use of the said John and Margaret Walsingham and 
their issue. 

Signature of Maurice Walsingham. 

Witnesses : George Throckmorton, Robert Waring, John . . . 

INDENTURE made 20 April, 7 Jac: I. (1609), between (1) Maurice 
Walsingham of Oversley Court, co. Warwick, gent, (2) John 
Walsingham, the younger, son and heir apparent of John Walsingham, 
gent, brother of the said Maurice, and Margaret his wife, and (3) John 
Walsingham, the father, and Richard Key of Henlye, co. Warwick, 
yeoman. 

In consideration of John Walsingham's marriage with Margaret his 
present wife, and for the preferment of their son Maurice, and the 
more secure performance of the jointure contained in the deed dated 
26 October 1604, Maurice Walsingham and John Walsingham, the 
younger, grant unto John Walsingham and Richard Key a messuage, &c, 
in Exhall and Bidford, co. Warwick, to the use of the said Maurice 
for life, then to the use of the said John and Margaret and their 
son Maurice. 

Signatures of John Walsingham, Margarete (x) Walsingham. 
Witnesses : Ed : Rawlyns, W. Harriss, Richard Burson, John 
Stainton, William Hierne, Thomas Hierne, Gregory Thompson. 



Maurice Walsingham 
of Oversley Court, 
co. Warwick, gent ; 
living 20 April 1609. 



John Walsingham= 
of Bromesgrove, 
co. Worcester, 
gent ; living 20 
April 1609. 



Edward Waring of= 
Woseley Court, in 
Alcester, co. War- 
wick ; died before 
26 October 1604. 



John Walsingham, =f=Margaret (marriage settlements 



living 
1609. 



April 



dated 26 October 1604); living 
20 April 1609. 



Maurice Walsingham, 
living 20 April 1609. 



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Wandham and Whitwell. 



INDENTURE made 18 May 1659, between (1) Thomas Wandham 
-L of Old Buckenham, co. Norfolk, miller, (2) Henry Whitwell of 
Colteshall, co. Norfolk, gent, and Anthony Cubitt of Sparham, co. 
Norfolk, gent, and (3) Thomas Wandham of Great Yarmouth, woollen 
draper, son and heir apparent of the said Thomas and Amy Whitwell, 
one of the daughters of John Whitwell of Colteshall, deceased, and 
sister of Henry Whitwell. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between his son Thomas 
Wandham and Amy Whitwell, Thomas Wandham grants unto Henry 
Whitwell and Anthony Cubitt, land, &c, in Old Buckenham to the 
use of Thomas Wandham, the father, for life, then to the use of the 
said Thomas and Amy and their heirs. 

Signature of Thomas Wandham. 

Witnesses : Roger Godsalue, Francis Beart, Jun r . 

Thomas Wandham of=j= John Whitwell of= 



Old Buckenham, co. 
Norfolk, miller; living 
18 May 1659. 



Colteshall, co. Nor- 
folk, died before 
18 May 1659. 



Thomas Wandham of=Amy Whitwell. Henry Whitwell of Other 
Great Yarmouth, woollen Colteshall, gent; issue, 

draper. > living 18 May 

Marriage Settlements dated 

1659. 

18 May 1659. 

" Thomas Wandham et Amy Whittwell conjugaf fuerunt vicessimo 
quinto die Maij Anno 1659." — -Registers of Coltishall, co. Norfolk. 



Warburton and Mores. 

INDENTURE made 22 April 1755, between (1) John Warburton 

of St. Benet's, Paul's Wharf, London, gent, and Anne Catherine 
Warburton his wife, late Anne Catherine Mores, and (2) Edward 
Rowe Mores of St. Peter's, Paul's Wharf, London, esquire, and 
Richard Windsor, Citizen and Mercer of London, trustees on behalf 
of Anne Catherine Warburton, and Joseph Grove of Richmond, co. 
Surrey, trustee for John Warburton. 

In consideration of the marriage of John and Anne Catherine 
Warburton, it is agreed that ^1050 Bank Annuities, part of the portion 
of the said Anne Catherine, shall remain in the hands of trustees 
to the use of the said John and Anne Catherine and their issue. 

Signatures of John Warburton, Ann Catherine Warburton, Edward 
Rowe Mores, Rich d Windsor, J. Grove. 

Witnesses : Robt : Phipps, P. Plumptre. 

John Warburton of St.=Anne Catherine Mores, marr. 
Benet's, Paul's Wharf, before 22 April 1755 (date of 
London, gent. marriage settlements). 



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Warde and Whithead. 



GRANT dated 20 May 1629, by William Warde, the elder, of 
Marston, co. Bedford, yeoman. 
In consideration of the intended marriage of my son, William 
Warde, with Alice Whithead of Alconbury, Weston, co. Huntingdon, 
spinster, I grant unto the said William and Alice, land, &c, in 
Marston to the use of them and their heirs. 
Signature of William Warde. 

Witnesses : Richard Coale, Robte : Whitehead, William Greene. 

William Warde of Marston,=j= 
co. Bedford, yeoman ; living 
20 May 1629. 



William Warde.=Alice Whithead. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
20 May 1629. 

" William Ward to Alice Whitehead married the 28th May 
1629." — Registers of Alconbury, co. Huntingdon. 



Watkins and Nicholas. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 17 June 1686, between 
(1) William Watkins of Lloyn Kelyn, in Cwmyoy, co. Monmouth, 
yeoman, Thomas Watkins of the same, yeoman, his eldest son, and 
(3) William Nicholas of the same, yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Thomas Watkins 
and Margaret Nicholas, only daughter of the said William Nicholas, 
William Watkins promises to grant his lands held of the manor of 
Cwmyoy by two copies bearing date 20 October 1588 and 5 May 1669, 
to the said Thomas or such child of Thomas and Margaret as he 
shall appoint. 

Signatures of W m Watkins (by his mark), Thomas Watkins. 
Witnesses : Roger Gunter (?), James Nicholas, Charles Phillipps. 



William Watkins of Cwmyoy,= 
co. Monmouth, yeoman ; 
living 17 June 1686. 



William Nicholas of=y= 
Cwmyoy, yeoman ; 
living 1 7 June 1686. 



Thomas Watkins of Margaret Nicholas 
Cwmyoy, yeoman (only daughter), 
(eldest son). - , > 

Marriage Articles dated 
17 June 1686. 

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Wathew and Jackson. 



INDENTURE made 26 December 1741, between (1) James Wathew 
of Harlaston, in Edinghall, co. Stafford, innholder, and (2) Sarah 
Jackson of Cannock, co. Stafford, widow, and William Thomas of 
Wednesford, in Cannock, innholder. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Sarah Jackson, 
James Wathew agrees that his personal estate shall not be alienated 
from the said Sarah if she survive him, and she shall have power to 
dispose of her own personal estate by will or otherwise. 

Signatures of James Wathew, Sarah Jackson, W m Thomas. 
Witnesses : Margaret Thomas, Tho : Johnson. 



INDENTURE made 29 October 1630, between (1) Robert Watts of 
Berkbye, co. Leicester, clerk, and (2) Francis Squier of Rearsbye, 
co. Leicester, clerk, and Matthias Scampton of Hoby, co. Leicester, 
clerk. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Sarah Squier, one of 
the daughters of Francis Squier, Robert Watts grants unto Francis 
Squier and Matthias Scampton a messuage, &c, in Syston, co. 
Leicester, and at Tharmaston, in Belgrave, co. Leicester, to the use 
of the said Robert and Sarah and their issue. 

Signature of Robert Wattes. 

Witnesses : Raphe Welles, Richard Skinner, John Clerke, William 
Squier, Francis Bensking, Robert Skeate, John Burbage, Tho: Ellyott. 



Wattes and Squier. 



Francis Squier of Rearsby,=j= 
co. Leicester, clerk ; living 
29 October 1630. 



Robert Wattes of Barkby, 
co. Leicester, clerk. v 



Sarah Squier. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
29 October 1630. 



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Watts and Sprigge. 



TNDENTURE made 28 July 1646, between (1) Thomas Watts, the 
-L elder, of Turlangton, co. Leicester, yeoman, and Mary his wife, 
(2) their son and heir apparent, Thomas Watts, and Mary Sprigg, 
daughter of Thomas Sprigg of Harrington, co. Northampton, yeoman, 
and (3) John Brincknell of Newton, co. Warwick, yeoman, and 
John Sprigg of Great Bowdon, co. Leicester, yeoman. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Sprigg, 
Thomas Watts and his father agree to convey to John Brincknell 
and John Sprigg a cottage, &c., in Turlangton to the use of the said 
Thomas and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Thomas Watts (the elder), John Brincknell, 
John Sprigge. 

Witnesses : Willm : Osborne, Richard Greene, Peter Jones, 
James Hitchcocke. 



Thomas Watts of Tur= 
Langton, co. Leicester, 
yeoman; living 28 July 
1646. 



=Mary, living 
28 July 1646. 



r 



Thomas Sprigg of= 
Harrington, co. North- 
ampton, yeoman ; 
living 28 July 1646. 



Thomas Watts. Mary Sprigg. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
28 July 1646. 



Webb and Moore. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 25 March 17 14, between 
(1) William Webb of Colton, co. Stafford, gent, and his son James 
Webb, clerk, (2) Thomas Moor of Elford, co. Stafford, clerk, Richard 
Moor of Nether Seale, co. Leicester, gent, his son and heir apparent, 
and Ann Moor his daughter. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between James Webb and 
Ann Moor, William Webb agrees to pay James Webb ^1200 before 
25 March 1715 j ^1000 to be settled in lands for the use of the said 
James and Ann and their issue ; also James Webb shall occupy the 
Rectory of Elford, receiving the profits therof, and act as Curate to 
the said Thomas Moor, paying him ^40 yearly and providing board 



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and lodging for him, his wife Milicent, son Nathaniel Moor, and 
grand-daughter Mary Cotton. 

Signatures of William Webb, James Webb, Tho I Moore^ 
Rich d Moore. 

Witnesses : Jos : Adey, Theo : Levett. 



William Webb of Coltorv 
co. Stafford, gent; living 
25 March 1714. 



James Webb, 
clerk. v 



Ann Moor. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
25 March 17 14. 



Thomas Moor of Elford,= 
co. Stafford, clerk; living 
25 March 17 14. 



I 



Richard Moor of Nathaniel . . . .= 
Nether Seale, co. Moor. Cotton. 

Leicester, gent ; 

living 25 March 

1 7 14. Mary Cotton, living 

25 March 17 14. 



Weetman and Hull. 

INDENTURE made 2T October 1726, between (1) William Weetman 
of Midleton, co. Warwick, yeoman, (2) John Grew of Upton, co. 
Leicester, yeoman, John Lakin of Hallhill, in Polesworth, co. Warwick, 
yeoman, and Anne Hull, relict and administratrix of John Hull, late 
of Mancetter, co. Warwick, yeoman, deceased. 

In consideration of his intended marriage (sic) with Anne Hull, 
William Weetman grants unto John Grew and John Lakin, land at 
Monksley, in Lichfield, to the use of the said William and Ann and 
their issue, subject to the payment of ^300 to the three sons of 
John Hull at the age of 21. 

Signatures of William Weetman, John Grew, John Lakin, Anne Hull. 
Witnesses : Mich ; Baxter, John Lovelace. 

John Hull of Mancetter, =f=Anne. William Weetman of 
co. Warwick, yeoman ; Midleton, co. Warwick, 

died before 21 October yeoman. 

1726. v , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
21 October 1726. 

I 

Three sons under 21 years 
of age 21 October 1726. 

"William Weetman of Middleton and Anne Hull of Mancetter 
were by Licence married y e 25 May 1726." — Registers of Mancetter, 
co. Warwick. 

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Wells and Rose. 



INDENTURE made 14 July 1651, between (1) Henry Wells, one 
of the sons of Thomas Wells, the elder, of Aston Clynton, co. 
Buckingham, yeoman, and (2) Edward Roase, the elder, and Edward 
Roase, the younger, of Haddenham, co. Buckingham, yeomen. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Faith Rose, 
daughter of Edward Rose, the elder, Henry Wells agrees to be 
seized of land, &c, in Aston Clynton (adjoining the land of Michael 
Wells) to the use of himself and the said Faith and their issue. 
Signatures of Edward Rose and Edward Rose. 
Witnesses : Jeffery Clarke, John Rosse. 



Thomas Wells, the elder, of=y= 
Aston Clinton, co. Bucking- 
ham ; living 14 July 1651. 



Edward Rose of Haddenham,=j= 
co. Buckingham, yeoman ; 
living 14 July 165 1. 



Other Henry Wells of Faith Edward Rose of Haddenham, 
issue. Aston Clinton, Rose, yeoman; living 14 July 165 1. 
yeoman. > 

Marriage Settlements dated 
14 July 1651. 



West and Arden. 

ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 8 July 1719, between 
■tV (1) William Arden of Linceter, in Whitburne, co. Hereford, 
yeoman, (2) Richard West of Stanford-upon-Teme, co. Worcester, 
yeoman, (3) Hannah Arden of Linceter, spinster, daughter of William 
Arden, and (4) Edward Jeffreys of Home Castle, co. Worcester, esquire, 
and John Freeman of Gaines, co. Hereford, gent. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Hannah Arden, 
Richard West agrees to purchase freehold or copyhold lands in 
the counties of Worcester or Hereford and convey them to John 
Freeman and Edward Jeffreys to the use of the said Richard and 
Hannah and their issue. 

Signatures of William (x) Arden, Richd: West, Hannah Arden, 
J. Freeman. 

Witnesses : Will : Arden, Jun r , Elizabeth Price. 

William Arden (the elder) of Linceter,=j= 
in Whitbourne, co. Hereford, yeoman ; I 
living 8 July 17 19. _j 

Richard West of Stanford-on-Teme, Hannah Arden. 
co. Worcester, yeoman. > , • 

Marriage Settlements dated 
8 July 1 7 19. 



Whetenhall and Tichborne. 



DEED POLL dated 21 November 1692, of Thomas Whetenhall of 
East Peckham, co. Kent, esquire. 
Thomas Whetenhall makes a charge of £1200 in favour of his 
three younger children, Thomas, Catherine and Elizabeth Whetenhall, 
as empowered by indentures made 22 December 1691, between 
(1) Thomas Whetenhall and his son and heir apparent, Henry 
Whetenhall, (2) Dame Mary Tichborne, widow of Sir Henry Tichborne 
of co. Hants, baronet, and her daughter Letitia Tichborne, (3) the 
Hon ble Henry Arundel of Wardour Castle and Sir Henry Bedingfield of 
Oxburgh, co. Norfolk, baronet, and (4) Richard Tasbourgh of Flixon, 
co. Suffolk, esquire, and Richard Caryll of West Grinsted, co. Sussex, 
esquire, made previous to the marriage of Henry Whetenhall with 
Letitia Tichborne. 

Signature of Thomas Whetenhall. 

Witnesses : Dorothy Cooper, Gane Sheppard, John Parkinson. 



Thomas Whetenhall of=p 
East Peckham, co. 
Kent, esquire ; living 
21 November 1692. 



Sir Henry Tichborne,===Mary, living 



baronet ; died before 
22 December 1691. 



22 Decem- 
ber 1691. 



Thomas Wheten- Catherine, Elizabeth, Henry Whetenhall. =Letitia, marriage 

hall, living 21 living 21 living 21 settlements dated 

November 1692. November November 2 2 December 1 691. 

1692. 1692. 



Whichcot and Anderson. 

INDENTURE made 18 October 1729, between (1) Sir John Meres 
-L of Kirby Bellers, co. Leicester, knight, (2) Francis Anderson of 
Manby, co. Lincoln, esquire, Charles Pelham of Brocklesby, co. 
Lincoln, esquire, and William Gylby of Gray's Inn, co. Middlesex, 
esquire, (3) Thomas Whichcot of Harpswell, co. Lincoln, esquire, 
eldest son and heir of George Whichcot, late of Harpswell, esquire, by 
Frances Catherine his late wife, sister of Sir John Meres, and (4) Eliza 
Maria Anderson, daughter of Francis Anderson. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Thomas Whichcot 
and Eliza Maria Anderson, and of indentures made 17 July last past, 
between (1) Thomas Whichcot and Frances Catherine Whichcot 
(2) Gervas Scrope and William Gylby, (3) Newcomin Wallis and 
Theophilus Newcomin, and (4) Sir John Meres, Charles Pelham, 
Francis Anderson and Eliza Maria Anderson, by which the manor 
of Harpswell is settled on the said Thomas and Eliza Maria ; Sir John 
Meres agrees with Francis Anderson, &c, to pay ^2000 on trust for 



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the use of a younger child or children of the said Thomas and 
Eliza Maria. 

Endorsed with a declaration that the indenture be cancelled if the 
marriage do not take place before i January i7§§, signed by 
T. Whichcot, J. Saunders, Tho: Dracott. 



George Whichcot of=j=Frances Cathe- Sir John Meres of Kirby 
Harpswell, co. Lin- 
coln ; died before 
17 July 1729. 



rine, living 17 Bellars, co. Leicester, knight ; 
July 1729. living 18 October 1729. 



Thomas Whichcot of=Eliza Maria 
Harpswell, esquire. Anderson. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
18 October 1729. 



Francis Anderson of= 
Manby, co. Lincoln ; 
living 18 October 1729. 



Thomas Whichcot a?id Eliza Maria Anderson were married at 
Broughion, co. Lincoln, 27 November 1729. — Registers of Broughton, 
co. Lincoln. 



Wildash and Tihurst. 

INDENTURE made 8 September 1753, between (1) Rebecca 
Tihurst of Chatham, co. Kent, spinster, one of the daughters and 
executrix of the will of John Tihurst, late of Chatham, esquire (2) Isaac 
Wildash of the City of Rochester, co. Kent, brewer, and (3) the 
Rev. John Denne of the Precincts, Rochester, Doctor in Divinity, 
Archdeacon of Rochester, and Thomas Cradock of Rochester, Bachelor 
of Physick. 

In consideration of her intended marriage with Isaac Wildash, 
Rebecca Tihurst grants unto the Rev. John Denne and Thomas 
Cradock, land in High Halston, Frindsbury, Bredhurst, Boxley, 
Lydsing and Rochester, co. Kent, to the use of the said Isaac and 
Rebecca and their issue ; and also certain leaseholds granted to John 
Tyhurst by indentures dated 7 August 1750, expectant on the death 
of Mary Tyhurst, her mother. 

Signatures of Rebecca Tihurst, Isaac Wildash, John Denne, 
Thomas Cradock. 

Witnesses : W. Mantell, Tho. Johnson, John James. 



John Tihurst of Chatham, co. Kent,=j=Mary, living 



esquire; living 7 August 1750; died 
before 8 September 1753. 



8 September 
1753- 



Isaac Wildash of Rochester, Rebecca Tihurst. 

co. Kent, brewer. » , ' 

Marriage Settlements dated 
8 September 1753. 

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Williams and Powell. 



DRAFT OF INDENTURE dated 15 March 1674, between 
(1) Sir Thomas Williams of Ellham, co. Kent, baronet, (2) Sir 
John Williams of Westminster, co. Middlesex, knight, his son and 
heir apparent, and (3) Sir William Powell of Fulham, co. Middlesex, 
baronet. 

By articles of agreement made 11 February 1674, between 
Sir Thomas Williams and Sir William Powell, previous to the intended 
marriage of Sir John Williams with Mary, only daughter of the said 
Sir William Powell, Sir Thomas Williams agreed to settle his manors 
of Ellham, Out Elmstone and Barefreston, co. Kent, on the said 
Sir John and Mary and Sir William Powell, in the same manner his 
moiety of the Rectory of Middlesowey and Othery, co. Somerset ; 
afterwards, on 15 February 167-!, the said intended marriage was 
solemnized, and on 13 March last past Sir William Powell made the 
said settlement, by indenture made between (1) himself as executor of 
the will of Sir Edward Powell, late of Westminster, knight and baronet, 
a Master of Request, and (2) Sir Thomas Williams, so now &c. 

{Draft on parchment, not executed?) 
Sir Thomas Williams of Ellham,=f= Sir William Powell=j= 



co. Kent, baronet; living 15 
March 1674. 



of Fulham, co. 
Middlesex, baronet. 



Sir John Williams of=Mary (only daughter), 
Westminster, knight; marr. 15 February 1674, 
living 15 March 1674. marriage articles dated 
11 February 1674. 



Williamson and Cudd. 

INDENTURE made 24 March i68|, between Robert Williamson of 
J- Banbury, co. Oxford, yeoman, and Sarah Cudd of Banbury, 
spinster. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between the said persons, 
Robert Williamson grants unto Sarah Cudd his house, &c, in Sheep 
Street, Banbury, to the use of them, the said Robert and Sarah and 
their issue. 

Signature of Robert Williamson. 

Witnesses : John Hustin, William . . . John Yorricke. 



Willson and Washer. 

INDENTURE made 2 April 1783, between (1) Charles Foreman of 
St. Mary-at-Hill, London, hop merchant, William Duffin of Bromley, 
co. Kent, esquire, Thomas Adams of Ware, co. Hertford, malt factor, 
assignees of William Willson, late of St. George-in-the-East, brewer, a 



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bankrupt, deceased, (2) Katherine Duffin, wife of the said William 
Duffin, late Katherine Willson, spinster, Edward Willson of Leigh, 
co. Kent, gent, and Elizabeth his wife, Charles Willson of George 
Street, York Buildings, co. Middlesex, gent, and Elizabeth Willson of 
the same, spinster, four of the children of the said William Willson and 
Elizabeth his wife, also deceased, and (3) William Willson of Sundridge 
House, in Bromley, their eldest son. 

By indentures made 30 April 1747, by (1) William Willson, 
(2) John AVasher of Lincoln's Inn, esquire, and his daughter Elizabeth 
Willson, then Elizabeth Washer, and (3) George Edwards of St. 
Andrew's, Holborne, co. Middlesex, esquire, the Rev. William Simpson, 
D.D., Rector of St. George-in-the-East, the Rev. Thomas Washer, 
Rector of Snodland, co. Kent, and Collins Adams of Bromley, 
apothecary ; ^"6000 were settled on the intended marriage of William 
Willson and Elizabeth Washer, soon afterwards celebrated. Also 
William Willson, by indentures made 4 and 5 April 1766, bought of 
Sir Thomas Pennyman, baronet, brother and heir-at-law of Thomas 
Penny man, and Warton Warton of Beverley, esquire, brother-in-law and 
administrator of the said Thomas Pennyman, an estate in Sneeton, 
co. York. On 26 March 1772, a commission of bankruptcy was 
issued against William Willson, who by deed poll made 24 December 
1772, declared the estate at Sneeton to be bought with part of the 
money settled on his marriage, and to be for the benefit of his younger 
children. William Willson died n August 1776, and on the assignees 
in bankruptcy claiming the estate, his widow, Elizabeth Willson, 
obtained a decree in Chancery 11 April 1782, declaring the estate to 
be part of the said marriage settlement. Elizabeth Willson died 
13 August 1782, and by the present indenture her said younger children 
sell the Sneeton estate to William Willson, the eldest son. 

Signatures of Charles Foreman, W m Duffin, Kath : Duffin, Edward 
Willson, Elizabeth Willson, Charles (x) Willson, Eliz : Willson, 
W m Willson. 

Witnesses : Tho : Webster, John Webster, Nath. Allen, Chas. 
Rivers. 



William Willson of St.=j=Elizabeth Washer, dau. of 



George-in-the-East, co. 
Middlesex, brewer, and 
of Sundridge House, 
Bromley, co. Kent ; 
died 1 1 August 1776. 



John Washer of Lincoln's 
Inn, co. Middlesex, esquire ; 
marriage settlements dated 
30 April 1747 ; died 13 
August 1782. 



William Willson 
of Sundridge 
House, Bromley, 
esquire ; living 
2 April 1783. 



W illiam I)ufhn=Katherine, 
of Bromley, living 2 
esquire; living April 1783. 
2 April 1783. 



Edward Willson=Elizabeth, 
of Leigh, co. living 2 



Kent, 
living 
1783. 



gent ; 
April 



April 1783. 



Charles Willson of 
George Street, York 
Buildings,co. Middle- 
sex, gent. 

Elizabeth Willson, 
living 2 April 1783. 



256 



Wise and Mathew. 



ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT made 5 February between 
(1) William Mathew of Romsey, co. Hants, carpenter, (2) Jonathan 
Wise of the same, malster, and Elizabeth his wife, a daughter of the 
said William Mathew, and (3) John Futcher of Romsey, clothier, 
John Wale of the same, clothier, Robert Newland of the same, 
clothier. 

William Mathew agrees to convey to Jonathan and Elizabeth Wise 
a messuage, &c, in Romsey, bought by him of Joseph Jones of 
Southampton, blacksmith, and Mary Jones his sister, by indentures 
made n June 1691, as part of the marriage portion of the said 
Elizabeth. 

Signatures of Will : Mathew, Jonathan Wise, Eliz : Wise. 
Witnesses : Th : Shore (?) Rich d Puckridge. 



William Mathew of Romsey,=j= 
co. Hants, carpenter; living 
5 February 



Jonathan Wise of=Elizabeth, marr. before 
Romsey, malster. 5 February yyrra (date 
of marriage settlements). 



Withers and Fellowes. 

INDENTURE made 4 April 1661, between (1) Thomas Potter, 
Citizen and Goldsmith of London, Robert Newman and Richard 
Arnald, Citizens and Vintners of London, and (2) William Withers, 
Citizen and Fishmonger of London. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between William Withers 
and Sarah Fellowes of London, widow, Thomas Potter, &c, as trustees 
of the said Sarah, agree, if they are paid ^3000 on the death of 
William Withers for the said Sarah, and Sarah Fellowes is allowed to 
dispose of the plate left her by her deceased husband, William Fellowes, 
that the recognisance by statute staple for ^5000 made this day by the 
said William Withers shall be void. 

Witnesses: Bartho: Layton, Henry Shelbery, scriv 1 ", Henry 
Shelbery, jun r , Tho: Langley, servt: to the sd: scriv r . 

William Withers, Citizen Sarah.==William Fellowes, died 
and Fishmonger of London. before 4 April 1661. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
4 April 1 66 1. 



257 



Wood and Hinckley. 



INDENTURE made 5 June 1731, between (1) Ann Wood, widow 
and relict of James Wood, late of Armitage, co. Stafford, yeoman, 
deceased, her son Robert Wood of Brereton, co. Stafford, yeoman, 
and Elizabeth his wife, a daughter and coheir of Henry Hinckley, late 
of Brereton, gent, deceased, by Hannah his wife, (2) the said Hannah 
Hinckley of Brereton, widow, and (3) Richard Styche of Haywood 
Parke, co. Stafford, gent, and Thomas Byrch of Brereton, malster. 

In consideration of the marriage of Robert and Elizabeth Wood, 
Anne and Robert Wood grant unto Richard Styche and Thomas 
Byrch, lands in Armitage to the use of the said Anne Wood for life, 
then to the use of the said Robert and Elizabeth and their issue. 

Signatures of Ann Wood, Robert Wood, Elizabeth Wood, Hannah 
(x) Hinckley, Richard Styche, Thomas Birch. 
Witnesses: Theo: Levett, Geo: Ley. 



James Wood of= 
Armitage, co. Staf- 
ford, yeoman ; died 
before 5 June 
I73 1 - 



=Ann, living 
5 June 
I73i- 



Henry Hinckley of=j=Hannah, living 



Brereton, gent ; 
died before 5 June 
I73 1 - 



5 June 1731. 



Robert Wood of=Elizabeth, coheir; marr. 

Brereton, yeoman, before 5 June 1731 
(date of marriage settle- 
ments). 



Woodman and Hinton. 

INDENTURE made 7 February i6£& between (1) Mathew 
-L Woodman of Horsham, co. Sussex, clerk, and his son and heir 
apparent, George Woodman, Citizen and Apothecary of London, and 
(2) Edward Hinton, Citizen and Haberdasher of London, John Crayle, 
Citizen and Clothworker of London, and Mary Hinton, daughter of 
Edward Hinton. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between George Woodman 
and Mary Hinton, Mathew and George Woodman grant unto Edward 
Hinton and John Crayle, land in Slynfold, co. Sussex, partly bought 
by Mathew Woodman of Anthony Hinton, by indenture dated 

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2 November 1653, to the use of Mathew Woodman for life, then to 
the use of the said George and Mary and their issue. 

Signatures of Edward Hinton and John Crayle. 

Witnesses : James Heriott, Samuell Langley, Benjamin Kingman. 



Mathew Woodman of= 
Horsham, co. Sussex, 
clerk ; living 7 February 

i6H- _ 



Edward Hinton, Citizen and^ 
Haberdasher of London ; 
living 7 February i6|^. 



George Woodman, Citizen= 
and Apothecary of London. 



=Mary Hinton. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
7 February i6|^. 



i6|^. February g. " George Woodman of S* Bride's, London, 
Apothecary, Bach r ad* 25 6° M rs Mary Hinton of S* Olave's, 
Southwark, co. Surrey, Sp r ab ( 24 with consent of her father ; at 
S ( Nicholas Cole Abbey, London." — Marriage Licence {Vicar- General). 

" George Woodman of the parish of St. Bridget's, London, and 
Marie Hinton of the Parish of St. Olave's, Southwark, were married 
10 th of February by M r Thomas Moriton, by licence, 1679." — Registers 
of St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, London. 



Wright and Green. 

INDENTURE made 20 July 1720, between (1) Thomas Wright of 
Stone, co. Stafford, yeoman, and (2) Edward Dilke of Lichfield, 
butcher, and Mary Green of Lichfield, widow. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with Mary Green, 
Thomas Wright grants unto Edward Dilke, land, &c, in Stone, now 
occupied by his mother, Elizabeth Wright, widow, at the death of 
the said Elizabeth, to the use of the said Thomas and Mary. 
Signature of Thomas (x) Wright. 
Witnesses : Tho: Bennett, Christopher Thompson. 

. . . Wright, died=f=Elizabeth, living 
before 20 July 1720. | 20 July 1720. 



Thomas Wright of Stone, Mary Green of 
co. Stafford, yeoman. Lichfield, widow. 

Marriage Settlements dated 
20 July 1720. 

2 59 



Wright and Roome. 



INDENTURE made 23 September 1654, between (1) Henry 
Roome of Tallington, co. Lincoln, yeoman, (2) John Wright 
of Tallington, yeoman, and Anne, one of the daughters of the said 
Henry Roome. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between the said John 
and Anne, Henry Roome grants unto them a cottage and land in 
Tallington and all claim in the same on behalf of himself and Margaret 
his wife. 

Signature of Henry Roome. 

Witnesses : Geo : Hill, Tho : Heanes, Hen : Rolls. 



Henry Roome of Tallington,=j= 
co. Lincoln, yeoman ; living 
23 September 1654. 



John Wright of Anne Roome. 
Tallington, yeoman. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
23 September 1654. 



Wyrley and Holte. 

INDENTURE made 26 April, 33 Eliz: (1591), between (1) John 
J- Wyrley of Hampstead, co. Stafford, esquire, (2) Edward Holte of 
Duddleston, co. Warwick, esquire, and (3) Sir Humphry Ferrers 
of Tamworth Castle, co. Warwick, knight, William Peytoe of Chesterton, 
co. Warwick, esquire, William Comberford of Wednesbury, co. Stafford, 
gent, and William Colmer of Birmingham, mercer. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Humphry Wyrley, 
son and heir apparent of John Wyrley and Katherine, daughter of 
Edward Holte, John Wyrley will, before Michaelmas 1592, convey 
unto Sir Humphry Ferrers, &c, all his lands, &c, which were his 
late father's, Thomas Wyrley, and others in Hampstead, Typton, 
Wednesbury, Great Barr, Perry, Homesworth and Holford, co. Stafford, 
partly to the use of John Wyrley for life, then to his son, Thomas 
Wyrley, with reversion to William, Richard, John, Edward, Robert 



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and Cornelius Wyrley, other sons of John Wyrley, and in part to the 
use of John Wyrley for life, then to the said Humphry and Katherine 
and their issue, saving the rights of dower of Dorothy, mother of 
John Wyrley, and of Goodithe his present wife, and rent charges to 
Abram and Thomas Wyrley, two of his brothers. 

Signatures of Humfrey Ferrers, John Wyrley, William Comberford, 
Willm Colmore. 

Witnesses : Abraha Wyrley, Jobe Lavender, Edwarde Holbrooke. 

Annexed is the fine made at Hertford Castle on the morrow of 
34 Eliz: (1592), before Edward Anderson, &c, Justices, between 
Humfrey Ferrers, knight, &c, and John Wyrley, esquire, on the manors 
of Tipton, &c. 

Endorsed : " The fine acknoledged by my father atte my marriage." 



Thomas Wyrley of Hampstead,= 
co. Stafford, esquire ; died 
before 26 April 1591. 



^Dorothy, living 
26 April 1 59 1. 



Abraham Wyrley, Thomas Wyrley, John Wyrley=j=Goodithe, 



living 26 April living 26 April ofHampstead, 
1591. I 59 I - esquire ; living 

26 April 1591. 



living 26 
April 1591. 



Edward Holte= 
of Duddleston, 
co. Warwick, 
esquire ; living 
26 April 1 59 1. 



Thomas Wyrley, William Wyrley, Richard Wyrley, Humphry Wyrley Katherine 
living 26 April living 26 April living 26 April of Hampstead, Holte. 
1591. 1591. 1591. esquire. > 



Marriage Settlements dated 
26 April 1591. 



John Wyrley, Edward Wyrley, Robert Wyrley, Cornelius Wyrley, 
living 26 April living 26 April living 26 April living 26 April 
1591. 1591. 1591. 1591. 



261 



Yaxlee and Bedingfeild. 



DECLARATION made 25 May 1583, and signed by Peter Barker, 
William Partricke, Willm Shearingfim and Rich: Rosse, that they 
have seen the part sealed by Sir Henry Bedingfeild, Miles Spenser 
and Margaret Yaxlee, of an indenture made 20 August 1567, between 
(1) Sir Henry Bedingfeild, knight, (2) Miles Spencer of Norwich, 
esquire, Doctor of Law, and Margaret Yaxlee of Mellis, co. Suffolk, 
widow of Richard Yaxlee, esquire, and (3) William Yaxlee, son and 
heir of the said Richard, and nephew of Miles Spencer, by which 
William Yaxlee, in consideration of his intended marriage with Eve 
Bedingfeild, daughter of Sir Henry Bedingfeild, before the feast of the 
Annunciation of the Virgin Mary next following, to convey to Edmond 
Bedingfeild, son and heir apparent of Sir Henry, Thomas Townshend 
of Bracon Ash, co. Norfolk, esquire, Walter Norton, esquire, and 
Thomas Symonds, clerk, parson of Thorndon, co. Suffolk, his lands in 
Norfolk and Suffolk to the use of the said William and Eve and 
their heirs. 



Richard Yaxlee of=T=Margaret, living Miles Spencer of Sir Henry Bedingfeild,= 



Mellis, co. Suffolk, 
esquire ; died before 
20 August 1567. 



20 August 1567. Norwich, esquire, knight; living 20 
LL.D. ; living 20 August 1567. 
August 1567. 



William Yaxlee of Mellis, 
esquire (son and heir). 



Eve Bedingfeild. Edward Bedingfeild 
(heir apparent) ; living 
— ' 20 August 1567. 



Marriage Settlements dated 
20 August 1567. 



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INDEX. 



INDEX. 



Adams, Collins, 256 ; Francis, 1 ; James, 

1 ; John, 141 ; Thomas, 255. 
Adamson, John, 154. 
Adcock, Thomas, 87. 

Addenbrooke, John, 77, 78 ; Nicholas, 2 ; 

Susan, 77, 78. 
Adderley, Bowyer, 125; Grace, 50; 

Samuel, 49. 
Addyes, John, 124, 125. 
Adey or Adie, Francis, 2, 3 ; Jane, 209 ; 

Jo: 43; Jos: 222, 251; Joseph, 209; 

Sarah, 2, 3. 
Adinell, Henry, 3. 
Agar, James, 69. 
Albertson, John, 99, 100. 
Alcock, Alice, 4; Anne, 4, 123; Arthur, 4; 

Charles, 123 ; Egerton, 123 ; George, 

196; John, 4; Thomas, 4; William, 196. 
Alden, Joseph, 5. 
Aldrich, Thomas, 5. 
Alexander, William, 5. 
Allat, Thomas, 6. 

Allen, Allin or Alleyn, Ann, 134; Edmund, 

24 ; Elizabeth, 6, 75, 124 ; George, 6 ; 

John, 6, 11, 24, 75, 228; Joseph, 24; 

Mary, 24 ; Nathaniel, 256 ; Richard, 6 ; 

Robert, 196; Thomas, 24. 
Alley, Alexander, 7. 
Allison, William, 210. 

Allport or Alporte, Elizabeth, 91 ; John, 80. 

Alpe, Robert, 162; W., 162. 

Alsopp, John, 32 ; Thomas, 9, 29. 

Alston, Ann, 148; Clare, 40; Edward, 40 ; 
Frances, 148 ; Joseph, 40 ; Sir Joseph, 
Bt., 40; Mary, 147; William, 147, 148. 

Altoffe, Ann, 83 ; Robert, 83. 

Ambler, Gresham, 119, 120; Joseph, 119, 
120; William, 119, 120. 

Amhurst, Nicholas, 10. 

Amias, Elizabeth, 179; Peter, 179. 

Amner, Elizabeth, 7. 

Amyatte, John, 198. 

Anderson, Edward, 92, 93, 261 ; Eliza 
Maria, 253, 254 ; Francis, 253, 254 ; 
Patience, 92, 93. 

Anderton, Isaac, 60. 

Andrew or Andrews, Ann, 7 ; Frances, 95, 
96 ; Robert, 7 ; Samuel, 95 ; Thomas, 
7, 36, 37- 



Anger, Katherine, 192 ; Nicholas, 192 ; 

William, 132. 
Annerley, Elizabeth, 123; Hugh, 123. 
Ansell or Ancell, Benjamin, 74 ; Grace, 

17 ; Simon, 74. 
Anstice, Charles, 8 ; Emma, 8 ; John, 8 ; 

Josiah, 8, 145 ; Maria, 145 ; Mary, 8 ; 

Mary White, 8. 
Antrobus, William, 45. 
Apslyn, John, 8, 9 ; Sarah, 9 ; William, 

8, 9- 

Archer, Nicholas, 219. 

Arden, Hannah, 252 ; William, 252. 

Arnold or Arnald, John, 1 14 ; Mary, 194 ; 

Richard, 257 ; Stephen, 115; William, 

194. 

Arson, Robert, 59. 

Arundel, Hon ble Henry, 253. 

Ashby, Frances, 9 ; Shuckburgh, 9 ; 

William, 9. 
Ashe, James, 44; John, 44. 
Ashford, Elizabeth, 33; Richard, 33. 
Askell, Elizabeth, 206 ; John, 206 ; 

Susanna, 206. 
Aspinall, George, 121. 
Aston, Sir Edward, 21 ; John, 228, 229. 
Astry, Arabella, 1 14 ; Diana, 1 14 ; 

Elizabeth, 114; Dame Elizabeth, 114; 

Sir Samuel, 1 14. 
Asty, Thomas, 154. 

Athenry, Ellis, Lady, 69; Francis, Lord, 69; 

Margaret, Lady, 69; Thomas, Lord, 69. 
Atkins, Elizabeth, 52. 
Atton, Robert, 10. 
Austin, Sarah, 27. 

Avarne, Elizabeth, 73 ; Joseph, 189. 

Avent, John, 238. 

Avery, Thomas, 10. 

Axe, Thomas, 121. 

Aylett, Penelope, 149. 

Aylmer, Margaret, 146; Tobell, 146. 



Babington, Dorothy, 195 ; John, 207 ; 

Zachary, 195, 207. 
Backshell, Ann, 94. 
Bacon, William, 232. 

Badcock, John, 171 ; Samuel, 171 ; Sarah, 
171. 



Bagget, George, 107, 108. 

Bagot, Richard, 153. 

Bagshawe, John, 101 ; Thomas, 148. 

Bague, George, 154. 

Bainbridge, Thomas, 215. 

Baker, Anne, 15; Bryan, 14; Eleanor, 10 ; 

John, 12, 36; Mary, 187; Philip, 11; 

Richard, III, 179; Robert, 197; 

Thomas, 5, 187; William, 187. 
Baker, alias Firield, Richard, 85, 86. 
Baldwyn, John, 21; William, 104. 
Ballard, Jo : 89. 
Bancks, George, 140. 
Bankworth, Robert, 101. 
Banner, John, 23 ; Richard, 23. 
Barbour, Edward, 166; John, 70; Sarah, 

166. 

Bargett, John, 27. 

Barham, Elizabeth, 194, 195; Francis, 

194, 195 ; Mary, 194, 195. 
Barker, Alexander, 13 ; Benjamin, 12, 13 ; 

Daniel, 12; Edward, 90; Elizabeth, 13; 

Emanuel, 13 ; Francis, 5 ; George, 13 ; 

Jo: 28, 133 ; John, 13 ; Peter, 262. 
Barlow, John, 56. 
Barmby, Ralph, 190. 
Barnes, Margaret, 14 ; Thomas, 14. 
Barnesley, Margaret, 102 ; Thomas, 102 ; 

W. , 161 ; William, 102. 
Barrett or Baret, Elizabeth, 241 ; Jo: 70: 

Samuel, 241 ; Simon, 241 ; William, 241. 
Barrs, Henry, 234. 

Barrye, Elizabeth, 14 ; Mary, 14 ; Peter, 
14 ; Thomas, 14 ; William, 14. 

Bartlett, John, 15 ; William, 15. 

Barwell, Charles, 38, 47 ; Simon, 47. 

Bassano, Mary, 222 ; Richard, 222. 

Basson, John, 225 ; William, 225. 

Bate or Bates, Edward, 149 ; John, 6, 27 ; 
William, 27. 

Bathurst, Edward, 51 ; W., 218. 

Batshellor, Phcebe, ill. 

Baugh, Edmond, 16 ; Edward, 44 ; Mary, 
16. 

Bawden or Bawdon, Elizabeth, 15 ; Joan, 

16; John, 16; R., 158; Richard, 15. 
Baxter, Michael, 251. 

Bayley, Bailey or Baley, Ann, 19, 128 ; 
Christopher, 128, 129; Daniel, 20; 
Eleanor, 154; Francis, 17; Hester, 236, 
237; Hugh, 123; Joan, 17 ; John, 18, 
19, 150, 151, 154; Rebecca, 150, 151 ; 
Richard, 16; Robert, 18; Samuel, 16; 
Sarah, 150, 151 ; Thomas, 4; William, 17. 

Bayne, Roger, 242. 

Beale or Bealey, Elizabeth, 9S ; Joan, 41 ; 

Richard, 98. 
Beardmorc, Joshua, 19. 
Bcardsley, Edward, 19. 
Beart, Francis, 247. 
Beckwith, Richard, 20. 
Bedford, Farl of, 161. 

Bedingfeild or Bcdingfield, Edmond, 262 ; 
Edward, 262; Eve, 262; Sir Henry, 
262; Sir Henry, Bt., 253. 



Belgrave, Hall, 224. 

Bell, Dorothy, 65 ; Edward, 65 ; Richard, 

62 ; Thomas, 205. 
Bendy, William, 96. 

Bennet or Benet, Edward, 134 ; Eleanor, 

11; Jeremiah, 88; Mary, 11, 88; 

Thomas, 20, 221, 259. 
Bensking, Francis, 249. 
Bentham, Jeremiah, 129. 
Bentley, William, 3. 
Bere, Thomas, 37. 
Beresford, Marcus, 38. 
Berkeley, Lady Anne, 21 ; Elizabeth, 38 ; 

Maurice, 21 ; Thomas, Lord of Berkeley, 

Mowbray and Segrave, 21. 
Berrow, William, 196. 
Berrye, Bartholomew, 217. 
Berwick, George, 15. 
Besley, William, 40. 

Besson, Edward, 148 ; Jane, 148 ; John, 

148; William, 148. 
Beswicke, Anne, 83. 

Bethell, Richard Gilbert, 56 ; Slingsby, 
239- 

Betty, Christopher, 55; Rowland, 55. 
Bevan, Lewis, 114. 
Bickerton, Alexander, 105. 
Biddle, Thomas, 245. 
Biddlo, Henry, 232. 

Biddulph, Carew, 21, 22; Sir Michael, Bt., 

21, 22; Theophilus, 21, 22. 
Bidmore, Hugh, 236. 
Bigge, James, 168. 

Biggs, William, 88. 

Bigland, Edward, 2, 166. 

Bigsby, Daniel, 22 ; Elizabeth, 22 ; John, 

22, 23 ; Mary, 22. 
Bing, William, 155. 

Birch Charles, 36 ; Jonathan, 222 ; Peter, 

23 ; Thomas, 258. 
Bird, Henry, 24; John, 100, 172; Roger, 

in; William, 24; — , 190. 
Birkes, Robert, 190. 

Birmingham, Lady Elizabeth, 68, 69 ; 

Ellis, Lady Athenry, 69 ; Francis, Lord 

Athenry, 69 ; Margaret, Countess of 

Louth, 69 ; Thomas, Lord Athenry, 

Earl of Louth, 68, 69. 
Bishop, Anthony, 25 ; Barnabas, 25 ; 

Ellen, 25; George, 25; Jane, 25; John, 

24, 25 ; Katherine, 24 ; Mabel, 25 ; 

Mary, 24; Richard, 25; Stephen, 129. 
Bisse, Edward, 239. 
Bissell, Charles, 117. 
Bitters, Josiah, 37. 
Blackburrow, Thomas, 8. 
Blackmail, Richard, 109. 
Blackwell, Ann, 137, 138 ; B., 40 ; 

Elizabeth, (37, 138; Jonathan, 137, 

13S ; Josh : 224. 
Blake, Elizabeth, 104; Ignatius, 69; Mary, 

104. 

Bland, Ann, 61; Sir John, Bt., 61. 
Blatchford, Robert, 83. 
Blaythwayte, William, 25, 26. 



266 



Blencow, Mary ; 176; Thomas, 162, 176; 

William, 176. 
Blest, Ann, 49, 50; Charles, 49, 50. 
Bliss, Philip, 244. 
Blissett, F., no. 
Blundell, John, 221. 

Bodington, Ann, 231 ; Edward, 230, 

231 ; Elizabeth, 230, 231 ; John, 230. 
Boldero, George, 54. 
Boley, Edward, 73. 
Bolterill, John, 137; Roger, 137. 
Bolton, Robert, 140. 
Bomford, Margaret, 214 ; Thomas, 214. 
Bond, R., 151. 
Booker, Elizabeth, 112. 
Booth, Fred, 39 ; John, 205. 
Boothby, Thomas, 49, 50. 
Bordall, Jerom 1 \i. 
Bossewell, Gervase, 190. 
Bossley, William B r , 13. 
Bosworth, Anne, 244 ; Thomas, 244. 
Bott, George, 86. 

Boulter, Elizabeth, 212; William, 212. 

Boulton, Nicholas, 150. 

Bourke, Edmund, 174, 175. 

Bourne, Uppingham, 124. 

Bowell, Nicholas, 208 ; Rose, 208 ; 

Thomas, 208. 
ap Bo wen, Evan, 122 ; Jane, 122 ; Walter, 

94- 

Bowes, Dame Elizabeth, 204 ; James, 68, 

127, 228; Sir Martin, 204. 
Bowles, Catharine, 26, 27 ; Elizabeth, 26, 

27 ; Richard, 26, 27. 
Bowring, William, 176. 

Bowyer, Calvert, 182 ; Edmond, 137 ; 

Susanna, 182 ; Thomas, 182. 
Box, Mary, 128. 
Boynon, Griffith, 94. 
Boyns, Morrys, 9. 
Brabazon, Anne, 33 ; Joan, 33. 
Brace, Jane, 39, 40 ; John, 39, 40 ; 

Thomas, 40. 
Bradborne, John, 4. 

Bradford, Earl of, 91 ; Jane, 211 ; 

Solomon, 101 ; William, no. 
Bradgan, Jarvis, 174. 
Bradgate, Richard, 174. 
Bradley, John, 7 ; Thomas, 125. 
Braham, Penelope, 49. 
Bramstoh, Thomas Berney, II. 
Brand, Nathaniel, 66 ; William, 120. 
Brandreth, Frances, 148 ; John, 21 ; 

Nehemiah, 148. 
Bransby, Robert, 5; Thomas, 191. 
Bratt, Ann, 207; Richard, 207. 
Breach, Anne, 27 ; Elizabeth, 27 ; 

Humphrey, 27 ; John, 27 ; Rose, 27. 
Brett, James, 22 ; Nicholas, 18 ; Thomas, 

53. 54- 
Brewster, J., 212. 
Brexton, Mary, 169. 
Brice, George, 169. 

Bridge, Mary, 28 ; Ralph, 28 ; Samuel, 

28 ; Stephen, 28. 



Bridges, Thomas, 28, 29. 

Brigges, Humfrey, 59. 

Bright, Sir John, Bt., 166, 167; Dame 

Susanna, 166, 167. 
Brincknell, John, 250. 
Brinsden, Ann, 41, 42. 
Brinsley or Brindley, Elizabeth, 29 ; 

Joseph, 29 ; Samuel, 106, 107. 
Bristow, Gilbert, 194. 
Britten or Brittell, John, 145. 
Broad, John, 86. 
Brockhurst, Samuel, 77. 
Brodsee, Ann, 48. 
Brome, John, 125. 

Bromley, Ann, 30; Edward, 30; Elizabeth, 
30; Hugh, 30; Thomas, 21, 30; William, 
169. 

Bromsgrove, Thomas, 151. 

Bromwich, Theodosius, 14; Thomas, 2*43. 

Brooke, David, 21 ; Sir George, 21 ; 

Josias, 99. 
Broughton, Thomas, 30. 
Brouske, Peter, 1 16. 

Brown, Ann, 210, 21 1 $ Catherine, 31 ; 

Dorothy, 77, 78 J Edward, 172; 

Elizabeth, 31) Isaac Hawkins, 210; 

John, 31, 69, 77, 78, 188; Martha, 187, 

188 ; Nathaniel, 31 ; Samuel, 31 ; 

Thomas, 44; William, 31, 210, 21 1, 217. 
Bruerton, William, 21. 
Bryan, Charles, 126. 

Brydges, Ann, Duchess of Chandos, 130; 

Lady Augusta Anne, 130 ; Henry, Duke 

of Chandos, 130; James, 130; James, 

Duke of Chandos, 130. 
Buck, Dorothy, 32 ; Stephen, 97. 
Budd, Anne, 32 ; George, 32. 
Buffar, David, 32, 189; James, 190; John, 

32. 

Bufton, Thomas, 33. 

Bull, Richard, 33 ; Thomas, 33. 

Buncombe, Thomas, 31. 

Burbage or Burbidge, Elizabeth, 141 ; 

John, 85, 249; Walter, 141. 
Burch, Samuel, 235. 
Burgess, Robert, 73. 

Buris, Humphrey, 198 ; Kinborough, 198 ; 

Richard, 198. 
Burling, Mary, 34; Thomas, 34. 
Burman, John, 5. 
Burnaford, Peter, 185. 

Burnard, Ann, 136 ; Elizabeth, 136 ; 

Martha, 136. 
Burnell, John, 225, 226. 
Burroughes, Jere : 240; Samuel, 81. 
Burslem, John, 167. 
Burson, Richard, 246. 
Burton, Anne, 35 ; Bethia, 186 ; Eleanor, 

142 ; Elizabeth, 35 ; George, 34 ; 

Humphrey, 29 ; Richard, 34, 35 ; 

Robert, 204; Walter, 142. 
Bury, Elizabeth, 103, 104 ; Robert, 103, 

104; Simon, 206; Thomas, 103, 104. 
Busby, W. , 9 ; William, 105. 
Butcher, Hannah, 97 ; Henry, 97. 



267 



Butler, Adrian, 128 ; Mary, 36, 37 ; 

Randolph, 36, 37. 
Butt or Butts, Alice, 36 ; Barbara, 35, 36 ; 

Carey, 35, 36 ; Dorothy, 43 ; George, 

35> 36 ; Jane, 36 ; Thomas, 43 ; 

Timothy, 35, 36 ; William, 35, 36. 
Buttry, John, 37. 
Byard, Henry, 210. 

Byerley, Elizabeth, 38 ; John Beaumont, 
38. 

Bywater, Thomas, 20. 



Cage, William, 41. 

Cake, Arthur, 1 16. 

Calvert, Peter, 181, 182. 

Cambell, James, 101 ; Thomas, 101. 

Camden, Matthew, 63. 

Campion, Richard, 58. 

Cane, Ann, 19 ; George, 19 ; George 

Lee, 19. 
Cannings, Samuel, 84. 
Cant, William, 224. 
Capp, George, 105. 
Carleton, Thomas, 201. 
Carmarthen, George William Frederick, 

Marquis of, 38, 39. 
Carnarvon, Henry, Marquis of, 130. 
Carpenter, Alice, 40 ; Gerard, 32 ; Jane, 

39, 40 ; Jo : I ; Thomas, 39, 40. 
Carter, Bezahele, 41 ; James, 47 ; John, 

41 ; Jonas, 216; La: 98, 212; Thomas, 

40. 

Caryll, Richard, 253. 

Cason, Thomas, 53. 

Castlemain, John, Viscount, 34. 

Caston, Ms : 237. 

Cave, Clempson, 7 ; Thomas, 188. 

Cayley, Simon, 134. 

Chaffey, Mary, 121 ; Richard, 121 ; 

Robert, 142. 
Chaloner, John, 56 ; Richard, 55. 
Chamberlayne or Chamberlyn, Alice, 197 ; 

Colvie, 103 ; Edward, 41, 103 ; Joan, 

41 ; Richard, 197. 
Chambers, Robert, 213. 
Champness, T. , 164. 

Chapman, Ann, 54; Hannah, 10 ; Henry, 
42; Jane, 42; Joseph, 88; Scarborough, 
41, 42; Walter, 185, 186; William, 10. 

Chatfeild, Henry, 94. 

Chaunce, John, 42; Nicholas, 42; William, 

42. 

Chaworthe, George, 163. 

Chcatle, John, 43, 157, 158; Mary, 43; 

William, 43. 
Chenery, Thomas, 43; William, 43. 
Cheney, Ann, 209-211 ; Edward, 209-211 ; 

Mary, 209-211 ; Robert, 209-211 ; 

Thomas, 2 10. 
Cherr, William, 109. 
Chesterton, John, 213. 
Chisman, Katherine, 55; Richard, 55. 
Chiver, Henry, 44; Seacole, 44. 
Choate, Edward, 28. 



Church, Amy, 45 ; James, 45 ; Thomas, 

98; William, 45. 
Clarges, Sir Walter, Bt., 23. 
Claridg, Lidea, 86. 

Clark or Clerke, Anthony, 175 ; Edward, 
45, 46, 132, 217 ; Elizabeth, 128, 
129, 185; Frances, 157; Henry, 244; 
Jeffrey, 252 ; John, 233, 234, 249 ; 
Martha, 15 ; Richard, 45, 46, 108, 233, 
234; Robert, 104, 217; Rose, 217; 
Thomas, 46, 128, 129; William, 46. 

Clarkson, John, 176; Robert, 191. 

Clay, Ann, 180; John, 180 ; Joseph, 143, 
144. 

Claypole, Thomas, 225. 
Clayton, John, 46, 47; Mary, 40; William, 
61. 

Cleaver, Henry, 47 ; William, 47. 
Cleverly, Mary, 34; William, 34. 
Clobery, Dame Ann, 169; Sir John, 169; 

Mary, 169. 
Clutterbuck, Lewis, 112. 
Cobb, Elizabeth, 115; Francis, 70; Mary, 

12; Robert, 118; Sarah, 12; Thomas, 

12, 80, 115, 209; Timothy, 12. 
Cobbey, Richard, 221. 
Cobham, Lord, 21. 
Cobley, Alice, 48; Thomas, 48. 
Cock, Elizabeth, 48; Richard, 48; Thomas, 

48. 

Cockman, John, 159; Margaret, 159; 

Thomas, 159. 
Cocksedge, Elizabeth, 49; Mathias, 49. 
Coker, Cadwallader, 108. 
Colclough, Adam, 49, 50 ; Ann, 49, 50 ; 

Cesar, 50 ; Elizabeth, 50 ; George, 49, 

50; John, 50; Sarah, 50. 
Cole or Coale, Gertrude, 238 ; Joan, 238 ; 

Nathaniel, 98 ; Richard, 248 ; Thomas, 

238. 

Coleman or Colman, George, 51 ; John, 
51 ; Joseph, 50, 51 ; Margaret, 53, 54; 
Nathaniel, 50, 51 ; Philip, 85 ; William, 

53. 54- M 
Colemore or Colmer, William, 51, 52, 260, 
261. 

Colepeper, Alicia, 159; Thomas, 159; 

Sir Thomas, Bt., 159. 
Coles, George, 128. 

Collett, Anthony, 53 ; Elizabeth, 53 ; 

Richard, 52; Tobias, 53; William, 52. 
Collinge, Ann, 1 16. 
Collins, Mary, 43. 
Collis, William, 51. 
Colyer, Thomas, 240 ; William, 231. 
Comberford, William, 260, 261. 
Comon, Stephen, 93. 

Comport, Ann, 78, 79 ; Christopher, 223 ; 

Jane, 79 ; Richard, 78, 79. 
Comyn or Comyns, Dame Anne, 1 1 ; 

Samuel, 208. 
Congreve, John, 15. 

Corungesby, Francis, 25 ; Sir Richard, 25. 
Conolly, William, 229. 
Constable, John, 21. 



268 



Conwaye, Anne, 32 ; Henry, 32. 
Conyers, John, 72 ; Thomas, 61. 
Cook, David, 160 ; Elizabeth, 217 ; 

Hannah, 76 ; John, 184 ; Letitia, 97 ; 

Mary, 73, 74 ; Nicholas, 54 ; Priscilla, 

54; Rebecca, 87; Samuel, 54; Thomas, 

87; William, 141; Sir William, Bt., 97. 
Coombe, Frances, 143. 
Cooper, Dorothy, 253 ; John, 103 ; 

Margaret, 105 ; Penelope, 105 ; Thomas, 

168; William, 70, 8o, 211. 
Coplestone, Margaret, 158 ; Thomas, 

158. 

Corham, Barbara, 25 ; Dorothy, 25. 
Cotterell, James, 68. 

Cotton, Ann, 24; John, 24; Mary, 24, 251 ; 

Richard, 3 ; Rowland, 21. 
Coulstock, Nathaniel, 112. 
Cowdale, Anthony, 213 ; John, 213. 
Cowper, Anne, 4 ; Elizabeth, 125 ; 

Richard, 4, 214; Robert, 125; 

Theodosia, 125. 
Cowper, alias Butcher, John, 55; Richard, 

55 ; Thomas, 55. 

Cox, Edward, 19 ; Elizabeth, 219, 

220 ; Francis, 72 ; George Lissant, 19 ; 

John, 131 ; Marianne Dorothy, 19 ; 

Rachel, 72; Sarah, 72 ; William, 215, 

219, 220. 
Cradock, Thomas, 254. 
Craske, Elizabeth, 49; William, 49. 
Crawford, Alice, 56 ; Andrew, 56 ; 

Elizabeth, 56 ; James, 55 ; Jason, 55, 

56 ; John, 55, 56 ; Ralph, 56 ; Robert, 

55. 56. 
Crawley, Thomas, 148. 
Crayle, John, 258, 259. 
Cricke, John, 241. 
Cripps, John, 119. 
Croker, Hugh, 227. 
Cromwell, Oliver, 242. 
Cronkshaw, John, 106. 
Crook, Edward, 134. 
Crosby, John, 61. 
Crosland, John, 19. 
Croson, John, 48. 

Cross, John, 42, 238, 239 ; Sir Thomas, 

Bt., 238, 239. 
Crossman, John, 54. 
Crowfoot, Richard, 46. 
Crush, John, 32, 189, 190. 
Cruttenden, George, 199 ; Henry, 199 ; 

Mary, 199; Nicholas, 199. 
Cubitt, Anthony, 247. 
Cudd, Sarah, 255. 

Cudlip, Ann, 227; Christian, 116; John, 

116, 227; William, 116. 
Culpeper, John, 201. 

Culyer, Charles, 83 ; Elizabeth, 83 ; 

William, 203. 
Cunningham, John, 20. 
Cupper, John, 235. 
Curson, Richard, 189, 190. 
Curteis, Samuel, 98. 
Cuthbert, R., 61; Richard, 61. 



Dabynott, Robert, 216. 

Dade, Catherine, 57 ; Robert, 57 ; Thomas, 

57, 82 ; Thomasine, 57. 
Dalby, Edward, no; Frances, no. 
Dale, George, 81. 

Daly, Dennis, 69 ; James, 69 ; Margaret, 

69; Peter, 69. 
Damgill, Mary, 27. 

Daniell, Adam, 58 ; Elizabeth, 57 ; James, 

145 ; John, 57 ; Sybil, 58. 
Dann, John, 45. 

Darell, Cicely, 131; Francis, 170; Sir 

John, Bt., 131. 
Darshire, George, 236. 
Darves, Basilia, 68. 
Davels, John, 100 ; Margaret, 100. 
Davenport, Richard, 48; William, 150. 
Davey, John, 94. 

David or Davids, Edward, 188 ; James, 

144; William, 144. 
Davies, Davis or Davys, Adam, 60 ; 

Andrew, 52 ; Ann, 58-60, 82 ; Barker, 

60; Edward, 60; Elizabeth, 60, 99, 100; 

James, 90; John, 60, 82; Mary, 60, 100; 

Mutton, 59 ; Robert, 58, 59, 196 ; 

Thomas, 75, 99, 100, 134; William, 60. 
Davison, Ann, 61 ; John, 61 ; Margaret, 

61 ; Mary, 61 ; Musgrave, 61 ; Thomas, 

61. 

Davitt, James, 11. 

Dawes, Sir William, Bt., 77. 

Dawson, John, 210. 

Day, Frances, 174; James, 174; William, 
174. 

Deakin, Thomas, 180. 
Dean, Anne, 101 ; Nathaniel, 62. 
Debank, John, 62 ; Mary, 62. 
Denman, John, 170. 

Denne or Denney, John, 254 ; Thomas, 
182. 

Dennis, Benjamin, 7 ; John, 63 ; Richard, 

100 ; William, 63. 
Denshire, George, 224. 
Denton, Thomas, 41. 
Denzey, Christopher, 63 ; Foulke, 63. 
Dew, John, 137. 

Deyns, Elizabeth, 64 ; Henry, 64 ; John, 

64 ; Thomas, 64. 
Dibben, Stephen, 130. 
Dickenson, Samuel, 154; James, 154; 

Joseph, 2, 3. 
Digby, James, 2. 
Dilcoke, John, 190. 

Dilke, Edward, 17, 259 ; William, 242. 

Dimsdale, John, 181, 182; Sir John, 181, 
182; Joseph, 182; Robert, 181, 182; 
Susanna, 181, 182; Dame Susanna, 181, 
182; Thomas, 182; William, 182. 

Dixon, Robert, 221. 

Dobbs, Thomas, 44. 

Dodd, Charles, 64, 65 ; Henry, 142 ; 
John, 134, 160, 245 ; Katherine, 64, 
65. 133. 134. 160; Mary, 133, 134, 
160 ; Peter, 30 ; Robert, 64, 65, 160. 

Dodson, Anne, 122. 



269 



Dodsworth, George, 65. 
Doning, William, 16. 
Dorey, Thomas, 66. 
Dormer, John, 117. 
Dorney, Jos: 16, 26. 
Dorrington, F., 52. 
Doubleday, John, 87. 
Douglas, Sholto, 68. 
Dove, Anne, 66; John, 22, 66. 
Dowdeswell, Rich: 74. 
Downes, Susan, 202, 203 ; Thomas, 202, 
203. 

Dracott, Thomas, 254. 

Drake, Richard, 157. 

Draper, Edmond, 67 ; Humphrey, 67. 

Dreening, John, 180. 

Duck, Joan, 68 ; Richard, 68. 

Duckett, Thomas, 24. 

Dudley, Sarah, 96. 

Duff, Dame Basilia, 68; Sir James, 68. 
Duffield, Lady Elizabeth, 69 ; Francis, 68, 

6 9- 

Duffin, Katherine, 256 ; William, 255, 
256. 

Dugard, Henry, 245. 

Duke or Dukes, Edward, 95, 103. 

Dunch, Thomas, 32, 190. 

Duncomb, Benjamin, 200 ; David, 200 ; 

John, 200; Mary, 200. 
Dupont, Philip, 97. 
Duppa, Thomas, 140. 

Dymock, Christopher, 6 ; Elizabeth, 6 ; 
Robert, 6. 

Dyott, Elizabeth, 150; John, 18; Matthew, 
207. 



Eastland, James, 112; Rebecca, 112. 
Eastway, Elias, 28, 29. 
Eaton, Rebecca, 95. 

Ebbesworthe, Agnes, 226, 227 ; Alexander, 

226, 227 ; Katherine, 226, 227. 
Eccles, Robert, 236. 

Edge, Richard, 70 ; Robert, 70 ; Walter, 
70. 

Edkins, Job, 52. 

Edmonds, Robert, 223. 

Edwards, Ann, 3 ; Catherine, 2, 3, 70 ; 
Elizabeth, 71; George, 256; Hannah, 
242; Jenkin, 127; Joseph, 114; Mary, 
124, 125, 242; Michael, 71 ; Nathaniel, 
2, 3, 71; Richard, 136; Sarah, 2, 3; 
Thomas, 16, 26, 114, 137, 138, 185, 186. 

Eeles, Joan, 71 ; Robert, 71 ; Rodbourne, 
71 ; Winifred, 71. 

Egginton, Ann, 115; Julia, 144. 

Elcocks, Edward, 209. 

Eld, Deborah, 29. 

Eldred, Thomas, 2. 

Elgar, George, 156. 

Elian, James, 53, 60. 

Elley, James, 74. 

Elliott, George, 24, 85; John, 105, 106; 
Mary, 105, 106 ; Thomas, 169, 186, 
249; William, 105. 



Ellis, James, 72 ; John, 223 ; Mary, 223 ; 
Richard, 3 ; Susanna, 221 ; Sir William, 
Bt., 166. 

Elton, Elizabeth, 58 ; Mathew, 85 ; 

William, 85. 
Elwood, Henry, 240. 
Elworthy, J., 188. 
Emilie, John, 23. 
Emperor, William, 99, 100. 
Endersbee, John, 95. 
Enock, Simon, 142. 
Erpe, Hugh, 73 ; Thomas, 73. 
Esson, Elizabeth, 6. 
Etwall, Ra: 95. 

Evans, John, 236 ; Michael, 70 ; Thomas, 
49- 

ap Evans, Rees, 1 14. 
Everden, George, 165. 
Ewer, Henry, 32. 
Eyre, John, 76; Robert, 181. 



Farley, Elianor, 73, 74 ; James, 73, 74 ; 

Thomas, 73, 74. 
Farmer, John, 74; Joseph, 74. 
Farre, Henry, 241. 
Faulkner, Thomas, 210, 211. 
Fayrehall, Richard, 203. 
Feild, Edward, 42 ; Hester, 214 ; Homer, 

212; James, 218; John, 42 ; Thomas, 

214. 

Feilding, Anna, 75 ; Edward, 75 ; 

Elizabeth, 75 ; Mary, 75 ; Susannah, 

75 ; William, 75. 
Fellowes or Fellow, James, 1 13; Sarah, 

257 ; William, 257. 
Fenn, James, 76 ; John, 76. 
Fenton, John, 210, 211. 
Fermor, Henry, 152, 153; Mary, 152, 

153 ; Richard, 152, 153. 
de Ferrars, Charlotte, Baroness, 38, 39. 
Ferrers, Sir Humphry, 260, 261. 
Ferriott, James, 160. 

Fetherston, Joan, 77 ; Thomas, 77 ; 

William, 77. 
Fidkin, Robert, 235 
Finch, Hon ble John, 159. 
Fishe, Dorothy, 150. 

Fisher, Charles, 77, 78; Elizabeth, 126; 

James, 126; John, 163; Joseph, 32; 

Lancelot, 55; Mary, 126; Peter, 77, 

78; Sarah, 126; Susan, 77, 78; 

Thomas, 126, 172 ; Walter, 126. 
Filche, Ann, 78, 79 ; Dame Ann, 78, 79 ; 

Christian, 78, 79; Sir Comport, Bt., 78, 

79; Melior, 78, 79; Sir Thomas, Bt., 

78 ; William, 78. 
Fleming, John, 56. 

Fletcher or Flecchar, Cicely, 79> 8° ; 
Edward, 87; George, 80; James, 79, 
80 ; John, 81, 193 ; Richard, 163 ; 
Thomas, 92. 

Flower, John, 83. 

Floyer, Thomas, 139. 

Flyn, Nath : 9. 



O 



Flynt, Thomas, 65. 

Foord, John, 117; William, 197. 

Forby, Alice, 154; James, 154; John, 

103 ; Joseph, 103 ; Martha, 103 ; 

Thomas, 103. 
Ford, James, 52. 
Fordinglay, Walter, 165. 
Foreman, Charles, 255, 256. 
Forster, Joseph, 61. 
Foster, H., 37; William, 206. 
Foulis, Dame Ann, 79; Sir William, Bt, 

78, 79- 
Fouquett, Richard, 104. 
Fowel, John, 140. 
Fowler, John, 33; William, 182. 
Fox, George, 83. 
Frances, Henry, 135. 

Franke or Francke, Alice, 81 ; Richard, 

149; William, 81. 
Franklin or Francklyn, Charles, 108 ; 

George, 149 ; John Fairfax, 12 ; 

Nicholas, 149 ; Robert, 129 ; Thomas, 

71, 108. 

Frankysshe, John, 190; Margaret, 190. 
Fraser, Hugh, 172. 

Freame, Mary, 27 ; Sarah, 27 ; William, 
27. 

Freebody, John, 213. 

Freeman, Elizabeth, 142 ; Frances, 142 ; 

John, 252; William, 128. 
Freer, John, 48. 

French, John, 113; Samuel, 50, 51. 

Fresselicque, Ralph, 34. 

Freston, Anthony, 186; Edward, 186; 

Elizabeth, 186; Mary 186; Richard, 

97 ; Theophila, 186. 
Frewen, Mary, 82; Richard, 82; Stephen, 

82 ; Walter, 82. 
Friend, John, 136. 
Frodsham, Mary, 65. 
Froman, William, 108. 
Frost, Robert, 164. 
Fry, Thomas, 176. 

Fulcher, Elizabeth, 82 ; John, 82 ; 
Katherine, 82 ; Richard, 82 ; Thomas, 
82. 

Fuller, Anne, 66 ; Elizabeth, 2 ; Samuel, 

83 ; Thomas, 66 ; William, 2. 
Fullsure, Edward, 232 ; Elizabeth, 232 ; 

Richard, 232. 
Furse, John, 15. 
Fursman, John, 185. 
Futcher, John, 257. 



Gabbett, Joseph, 174, 175. 

Gaddesby, Edward, 87 ; George, 87 ; 

Mary, 87 ; Nicholas, 87 ; Sarah, 87. 
Gainsford, Robert, 83. 
Gale, Isaac, 84 ; Mary, 84 ; William, 84. 
Gamble, Elizabeth, 85 ; John, 85 ; Mary, 

85 ; Thomas, 85. 
Game, Samuel, 66. 

Gammidge, Henry, 107, 108 ; John, 108. 



Gapen, Edith, 146 ; John, 146. 
Gapper, William, 69. 
Garbett, William, 33. 

Gardner or Gardiner, Henry, 23 ; John, 

86 ; Mary, 161 ; Sarah, 161 ; Thomas, 
85, 86 ; William, 85, 86. 

Garrat, Jehu, 215. 

Gatacre, George, 167, 193. 

Gatley, William, 72. 

Gawdye, Francis, 204 ; Thomas, 204. 

Gawler, Thomas, 121 ; Henry, 121. 

Gaywood, Thomas, 50. 

Geary, Josias, 83. 

Geaste, Richard, 245. 

Gee, Meredith, 124. 

Gegg, Benjamin, 86 ; Jonathan, 86 ; 

Joseph, 86. 
Geltker, Mary, 32. 
Gibbons, Stephen, 10. 
Gibbs, John, 153 ; Thomas, 128, 142. 
Gifford, William, 136. 
Gilbert, Edward, 238 ; Elizabeth, 173 ; 

Jeffery, 82 ; John, 173 ; Thomas, 53, 

60, 173; William, 31, 62, 151, 168, 210, 

211. 

Gill, Robert, 142. 

Girdler, Elizabeth, 163, 164 ; Mary, 164 ; 

Thomas, 163, 164. 
Girling, Susan, 23 ; William, 49. 
Glanville, Edward, 163, 164 ; Francis, 

171 ; John, 100. 
Glover, Ambrose, 112 ; Robert, 35. 
Goddard, Susan, 43 ; Thomas, 23. 
Godfrey, Edward, 87 ; Isabel, 87 ; Richard, 

87 ; Robert, 88 ; William, 87. 
Godlye, James, 203. 
Godsalve, Roger, 247. 
Godschall, Robert, 238, 239. 

Gold or Gould, Nicholas, 188 ; William, 
44. 

Goldwin, Mary, 88 ; Richard, 88. 
Golivere, Elizabeth, 220, 221 ; Mary, 220, 

221 ; Richard, 220, 221. 
Golty, Deborah, 89 ; Richard, 89 ; 

Samuel, 89. 
Gomersall, John, 165. 
Goodchild, William, 88. 
Goode, Roger, 33 ; William, 223. 
Goodman, Edward, 135; Mary, 135; 

Thomas, 135. 
Goodwin, John, 71. 
Goord, Tim, 65. 
Gore, John, 235 ; Martha, 235. 
Gower, William Leveson, 166. 
Gowine, Richard, 191. 
Graham, Elizabeth, 159. 
Granger, Edmund, 185 ; William, 89, 

90. 

Grape, Ja: 88. 
Graver, Joseph, 121. 

Gray or Grey, John, 92, 93 ; P. A., 
226. 

Greasley, Sir Thomas, Bt., 124, 125. 
Greaves, Lucy, 64, 65 ; Thomas, 64, 
65- 



271 



Green or Grene, Ann, 91 ; Edmund, loo ; 
Edward, 136 ; Elizabeth, 140, 178 ; 
Hannah, 167 ; John, 22, 90, 91, 149, 
209; Mary, 22, 90, 91, 136, 137, 170, 
209, 259 ; Pattrick, 76 ; Richard, 167, 
250 ; Robert, 22, 42, 140 ; Theophilus, 
178 ; Thomas, 167 ; William, 136, 137, 
182, 248; Zachary, 91. 

Greenshill or Greensell, Dorothy, 92 ; 
John, 92 ; Richard, 92. 

Gregg, Margaret, 146. 

Gregory, Elizabeth, 37, 123 ; John, 37 ; 
Rose, 37. 

ap Grer, Griffiths, 93. 

Grew, John, 251. 

Griffin, E., 59; John, 109. 

Griffith, John, 94; Morgan, 200; Thomas, 
94 ; William, 93. 

Grigson, E. H., 13. 

Grimell, Ann, 92. 

Grombridge, Dan, 1 19; Frances, 119. 
Groome, John, 94. 

Grose, Daniel, 95 ; Frances, 95 ; Francis, 

95 ; Jacob, 95, 96. 
Grosvenor, William, 50. 
Grove, Hannah, 96 ; John, 96 ; Joseph, 

247. 

Grubb, Thomas, 106. 
Grumbridge, Richard, 96, 97. 
Gubbins, George, 143. 
Gulson or Gulston, Thomas, 98 ; William, 
181. 

Gunston, Edward, 88. 
Gunter, Roger, 248. 

Gurdon, Baret, 97 ; Brampton, 97 ; 

Elizabeth, 97 ; John, 97 ; Nathaniel, 97 ; 

Thornagh, 97. 
Gurney, Sarah, 12. 
Gwinnett, George, 14 ; Richard, 44. 
Gwynn, Elizabeth, 183, 184; Richard, 

164; Rowland, 183; William, 183, 184. 
Gyffbrd, Anthony, 100. 
Gylby, William, 253. 



Haberfield, Edward, 207. 

Hacon, Elizabeth, 46, 47. 

Hadderton, Henry, 36. 

Haffenden, James, 98. 

Haggatt, John, 173 ; Nathaniel, 173. 

Halden, William, 173. 

Hales, John, 23. 

Hall, Ann, 194; Dorothy, 79, 80; James, 
190 ; Joan, 79, 80 ; Thomas, 187. 

Halloway, Alice, 108; Charles, 108. 

Halls, James, 164 ; Lucy, 164 ; Thomas, 
164. 

Halsey, John, 149. 

Hamarton, George, 3. 

Hanilyn, Joan, 202; Rebecca, 202. 

Hamond, John, 139; Richard, 132. 

Hanbury, John, 201 ; Mary, 201. 

Ilancocke, Francis, 98; Robert, 98; 

Samuel, 154. 
Ilancrett, John, 221. 



Hand, John, 107. 

Handy, Thomas, 123. 

Hanford, David, 46. 

Hankin, Jane, 237 ; John, 237. 

Hann, Roger, 146. 

Hanslowe, John, 213. 

Hanson, John, 99; Margery, 64. 

Han well, Richard, 71. 

Harbin, John, 152. 

Harborne, Anne, 1 12, 113; Richard, 112, 

"3- 

Harding, Bethia, 185, 186; William, 186. 

Hardy, Charles Maddox, 189. 

Hargraves, Mary 99 ; Robert, 99. 

Harman, William, 208. 

Harmsworth, William, no. 

Harper, Ann, 80 ; George, 99, 100 ; 

Harry, 179; Margaret, 100; Mary, 

175; Roger, 99, 100. 
Harrie, Walter, 227; William, 226. 
Harris or Harrys, Anne, 101 ; Arthur, 

100 ; David, 63 ; Edward, 161 ; 

Elizabeth, 161 ; John, 73 ; Joseph, 223 ; 

Mary, 101 ; Richard, 169, 245 ; Roger, 

15; Thomas, 1, 101 ; W., 246; 

Walter, 227; William, 100, 101. 
Harrison, Henry, 118; John, 242; Thomas, 

24; William, 5. 
Harrow, Ann, 106. 

Harryotes, Elizabeth, 102 ; John, 102 ; 

Robert, 102. 
Hart, Arthur, 41, 42 ; Edward, 102 ; 

James, 102. 
Ilartopp, Samuel, 9. 

Harvey or Hervey, James, 57 ; Katherine, 

161 ; William, 103, 161. 
Hathaway, John, 103; Richard, 103, 104. 
Hatlyffe, George, 241. 

Hatt, Dorothy, 32 ; John, 32 ; Thomas, 
32. 

Halton, Thomas, 177. 

Haughton, Elizabeth Goodin, 228 ; Richard, 
228. 

Haukneye or Ilukni, John, 41 ; Slater, 
41. 

Haulsey, Edward, 1 14. 

Haw, Anne, 92 ; George, 92. 

Hawke or Hawkes, Elizabeth, 17, 104; 

Stephen, 104; William, 230. 
Hawker, Moses, 104. 

Hawkins, Anthony, 85; Humphrey, 132; 
Isaac, 209-21 1 ; Leonard, 232 ; William, 
236, 237. 

Ilawley, Henry, 105 ; Joseph, 105 ; 
Katherine, 105 ; Robert, 105 ; William, 
105. 

Hawter, Fearlee, 55. 
Hawtyn, Ann, 12. 

Hayes, Abigail, S9, 90; Alice, 35, 36; 

George, 35, 36 ; Mary, 89, 90 ; Sarah, 

89, 90 ; Thomas, 89, 90. 
Hayles, Christopher, 64; John, 64; 

William, 245. 
I layman, Abraham, 100. 
Hayne, Jos: 29. 



272 



Hayward or Heyward, Catherine, 88 ; 
James, 109 ; John, 8 ; Mary White, 8 ; 
Richard, 8, 108; Robert, 67, 88 ; Thomas, 
108, 109. 

Healy, Crescent, 85, 86 ; Hannah, 85, 86. 
Heanes, Thomas, 260. 
Heard, Thomas, 29; Joan, 29. 
Heath, John, 79, 80 ; Mary-, 18. 
Heathcote, George, 172; R, 74; 
Heaviside, John, 105, 106 ; Mary, 105, 

106 ; Michael, 105 ; Thomas, 221. 
Hector, Benjamin, 107 ; George, 106, 107, 

209 ; Sarah, 106, 107. 
Hedges, Richard, 54 ; Sarah, 54 ; Thomas, 

54- 

Hele or Heyle, Ann, 198, 199 ; Arthur, 
238; George, 198, 199; Nathaniel, 223; 
William, 198, 199. 

Helhouse, Mary, 218. 

Hemken, Richard, 119. 

Hemming, Samuel, 95. 

Hemp, Susan, 199. 

Henley, Henry, 34. 

Henshaw, John, 150, 151. 

Herbert, Richard, 94. 

Heriott, James, 259. 

Heme, John, 971 

Herring, Edmund, 28, 116, 161 ; Joan, 

161 ; John, 28, 29, 116, 161, 227. 
Heycocke, Grace, 108; Thomas, 107, 108. 
Heyford, Richard, 25. 
Hickin, John, 3, 36. 

Hicks, Elizabeth, 12, 13 ; Martha, 179, 
180; Simon, 179, 180; Thomas, 12, 13. 

Higgs, Edward, no; John, no; William, 
no. 

Hill, Andrew, 50 ; George, 260 ; Martin, 

81 ; William, 171. 
Hillman, William, 130. 
Hilton, Charles, 97 ; Elizabeth, 97 ; 

Robert, 61. 
Hinckley, Ann, 17; Elizabeth, 258; 

Hannah, 258; Henry, 258; Isaac, 17, 

33; Richard, 17, 33, 207; Thomas, 18, 

215- 

Hinde, Andrew, 243 ; Henry, 233, 234 ; 

Rachel, 233, 234. 
Ilindman, Thomas, 173, 174. 
Hinton, Anthony, 258 ; Edward, 258, 259; 

Gabriel, 216; John, 155; Mary, 258, 

259- 

Hippisley, Sir John, 72. 
Hitch, Thomas, 67. 
Hitchcocke, James, 250. 
Hitchin, Mary, 151, 152 ; Edward, 151, 
152. 

Hoare, William, 1 10. 

Hobart, F. , 10. 

Hodgson, Mary, 20. 

Hodon, John, 90. 

Hogson, Richard, 190. 

Holbrooke, Ann, 153; Edward, 261; 

Thomas, 196. 
Hole, Dionisia, 28, 29 ; Richard, 28 ; 

Thomas, 28, 29, 161. 



Holland, Edward, 133 ; John, 221 ; 

Richard, 43, 158 ; Thomas, 133 ; 

William, 133. 
Hollingshead, John, 11. 
Hollins, Philip, 192, 193. 
Holman, George, 152; John, 212, 213. 
Holmes, Thomas, 225, 226; Thomas G., 

140. 

Holt, Sir Charles, Bt., 169; Edward, 260* 
261 ; John, 233, 234 ; Katherine, 260, 
261. 

Holton, William, 170. 

Home, Humphry, 179; John, 192. 

Hood, Robert, 174. 

Hook, Joan, 47 ; Luke^ 86 ; Thomas, 86. 

Hooper, Benjamin, 16; Edward, III} 
James, ill, 112; John, 63; Nicholas, 
ill, 112; Odiarn, 219; Ruth, ill; 
Thomas, ill; William, in, 112. 

Hope, George, 59 ; Roger, 59. 

Hopkins, James, 41 ; John, 215. 

Hopkinson, Elizabeth, 136. 

Horley, James, Ii2i 

Horn or Horrn, John, 78; Mary, no; 

Robert, no. 
Horning, Margaret, 64. 
Horricke, William, 20. 
Horsey, Peter, 136. 

Horton, Andrew, 113 ; Isabel, 1 13 ; 

James, 1 13; John, 112, 113; Margery, 

113; Robert, 113; Thomas, 112, 113; 

William, 113. 
Hoskins, Sarah, 84. 
Howe, John, 54; William, 97. 
Howard, Arabella, Lady Walden, 1 14; 

Charles William, Lord Walden, 114; 

Frances, Countess of Surrey, 204 ; 

Henry, Earl of Suffolk and Bindon, 114; 

Sir Henry, Earl of Surrey, 204. 
Howell or Ho wells, John, 159; William, 114. 
Howkins, John, 149. 
Howlett, John, 180. 
Hoyl, Edward, 235. 

Huband, Jane, 181 ; John, 181 ; Sir John, 
Bt., 181. 

Hubbard, James, 1 14, 1 15; Martha, 241 ; 

Mary, 101 ; Miles, 101. 
Hudson, Lady Ann, 38, 39 ; Harrington, 

38, 39; Mary, no; Robert, 115. 
Muggins, William, 148. 
Hughes, Ann, 231, 232; Griffith, 59; 

Joseph, 1; Thomas, 25, 231, 232. 
Hulett, Luke, 140. 

Hull, Ann, 251; John, 251; Mary, 53; 
Samuel, 53. 

Hulme, William, 22. 

Humphreys, Ambrose, 119; Thomas, 7. 

Hungerford, Frances, 132; John, 132. 

Hunt, Annazus, 117; Elizabeth, 117; 
George, 117; John, 116, 117; Nicholas, 
116; Stephen, 118; William, 116, 1 17. 

Hunter, John, 118, 119; Lucy, 118, 119. 

Hurdman, George, 14; Thomas, 150, 1 5 1. 

Hurly, John, 31. 

Hurst, John, 203. 



Husband, Harriott, 119; Thomas, 18. 

Hussey, Thomas, 131. 

Hustin, John, 255. 

Hyatt, John, 130. 

Hyde, Robert, 196; William, 26. 

Hyern, Edward, 245 ; Thomas, 245, 246 ; 

William, 245, 246. 
Hylok, John, 139. 



Ibon, Thomas, 220. 
Igglesden, Stephen, 119. 
Ingleby, Charles, 153. 

Ingram orYngrame, Charles, 190; Edward, 
76; Sarah, 76; Susan, 76; Thomas, 76. 
Ives, Thomas, 162. 



Jackman, Richard, 65. 

Jackson, Andrew, 221 ; Ann, 121 ; 

Edward, 121 ; Elizabeth, 120, 121 ; 

Ellen, 121; Gerard, 121; John 119- 

121 ; Mary, 121 ; Priscilla, 121 ; Sarah, 

249; Thomas, 120, 121 ; William, 210. 
Jacob, Daniel, 66; John, 121; Mary, 121 ; 

Thomas, 66. 
James, Ann, 236, 237 ; Elizabeth, 236, 

237; Isabella, 236, 237; Jane, 236, 237; 

John, 236, 237, 254; Thomas, 125. 
Jane, Henry, 16. 
Jarret, Richard, 233. 
Jarvis, Edward, 122. 
Jecock, John, 122. 

Jeffreys or Jeffry, Dorothy, 123 ; Edward, 
122, 123, 252; Gwenllian, 122, 123; 
John, 112; Simon, 57; Thomas, 40, 
122; Watkin, 122, 123. 

Jelley, Elizabeth, 48 ; Richard, 48. 

Jenckes, Harbert, 51. 

Jenkin or Jenkins, David, 127 ; Griffith, 
60; Jenkin, 127; Watkin, 123. 

Jenney, Elizabeth, 124; John, 124; Mary, 
124. 

Jennings, John, 123; Walter, 125. 
Jesson, Alexander, 125 ; Pudsey, 124, 125. 
Jevon, Ann, 125 ; Thomas, 125. 
Joberns, John, 126. 

John, Gwenllian, 200; Howell, 1 14; 
Katherine, 114; Watkin, 123; William, 
60, 114. 

Johnes, Dauvie, 59 ; Frances, 94; Richard, 

94 ; Walter, 94. 
Johnson, Alice, 172; Katherine, 172; 

Mary, 70 ; Maurice, 1 19; Robert, 112, 

113; Thomas, 70, 233, 249, 254; 

William, 172; Winifred, 71. 
Johnston or Johnstone, Benjamin, 230 ; 

Thomas Gregory, 126, 127. 
Joliffe, John, 86; Thomas, 86. 
Jolley, Thomas, 51, 52. 
Jones, Ed: 59; Hugh, 129; James, 7; 

Jenkin, 127; John, 127, 128 ; Joseph, 

257; Josh: 60; Mary, 127, 257; 

Morgan, 122; Peter, 250; Richard, 149; 

Samuel, 127; William, 72, 128. 



Jordan, William, 151, 152, 
Joscelyn, Sir Conyers, Bt., 147. 
Joyliffe, Joan, 171. 

Joyner, John, 128, 129; Martha, 128, 129; 

Thomas, 128, 129. 
Julian, William, 9, 87. 
Jupp, Hannah, 96, 97 ; Rachel, 97 ; Sarah, 

97 ; Thomas, 96. 
Justice, John, 129; Thomas, 129. 



Kayes, Henry, 61 ; Margaret, 61. 
Kearney, Annabella, 130 ; Henry John, 
130. 

Keat, Edward, 131, 132 ; Francis, 
131, 132; Joan, 132; Ralph, 132; 
William, 132. 

Keble, Stephen, 64. 

Keelinge, Bradley, 125. 

Kem, Edward, 70; Sarah, 2, 70. 

Kemp, Ann, 150; Francis, 150; John, 22. 

Kench, William, 50, 51. 

Kendall, Christopher, 146. 

Kendrick, John, 132, 133; Margaret, 132, 
T 33- 

Kenfeild, Mary, 133; William, 133. 
Kennedy, John, 124. 
Kennett, B., 228. 

Kerr, James, 228 ; Katherine, 160 ; 

William, 133, 134, 160. 
Kerslake, Robert, 176. 
Kestin, Denis, 113; Margery, 113; Nicholas, 

113; Richard, 112, 113. 
Kett, George, 240. 
Kewe, John, 82 ; Millicent, 82. 
Key, Josiah, 52 ; Richard, 246. 
Keymer, Robert, 192. 
Kilby, Richard, 151 ; Thomas, 234. 
Kimble, James, 162. 

King, Elizabeth, 135 ; Joan, 68 ; John, 
%5> 135; Keating, 119; Richard, 169, 
134; Robert, 182, 186; Thomas, 68, 

. J 3S- - . . 
Kingman, Benjamin, 259. 

Kingwill, George, 136. 

Kin ton, Francis, 34, 35 ; Mary, 34, 35 ; 

William, 34, 35. 
Kirkeby, Edward, 98 ; Elizabeth, 98 ; 

Mary, 98. 
Kirk pat rick, James, 31. 
Kirtlan, John, 57. 
Knight, Daniel, 209. 
Knonow, Ann, 154. 
Knoyal, William, 42. 
Koe, Elizabeth, 244. 
Kynder, John, 190. 

Kyrby, Robert, 194, 195; Mary, 194, 195. 



Lagden, Mary, 147. 

Lake or Lakes, Stephen, 37 ; Thomas, 37, 

82. 

Lakin, John, 251. 
Lamb) Peniston, 167. 
Lambton, William, 61. 



274 



Lancepray, Anthony, 136, 137 ; Mary, 

"36, 137; Thomas, 136. 
Lander, Henry Ayres, 3. 
Lane, Francis, 137; James, 140; Ralph, 

1 37> J 38 ! Richard, 16, 140 ; Robert, 

137 ; Thomas, 138, 206. 
Langley, Henry, 135 ; Jane, 138, 139 ; 

John, 138, 139; Joseph, 138, 139; 

Samuel, 259 ; Thomas, 257. 
Langton, Robert, 14. 

Lansdown, Ann, in; John, in, 112; 

Mary, in, 112. 
Larken, Joseph, 139; Susan, 139. 
Latham, Elizabeth, 205 ; John, 205 ; 

Peter, 140 ; William, 205. 
Lavender, Job, 261. 
Lawes, Nicholas, 21. 

Lawrence, Armella, 140 ; Augustine, 141 ; 
Austen, 141 ; James, 140. 

Lawson, William, 242. 

Layton, Bartholomew, 257. 

Lea, Elizabeth, 141 ; Jane, 168; John, 
168 ; Sarah, 168 ; Thomas, 141. 

Leach, Robert, 142. 

Leake, John, 107. 

Leaver, Gabriel, 238, 239. 

Ledbrooke, William, 234. 

Lee, Christopher, 19; Elizabeth, 157, 158, 
243; John, 19, 45, 243; Robert, 133, 
134, 160, 243 ; Robert Cooper, 127, 
228 ; Thomas, 19 ; William, 133, 134, 
160. 

Leeds, Francis, Duke of, 39. 

Leeke, Ann, 154. 

Leeveinge, Henry, 142. 

Leicester, George, Earl of, 38, 39. 

Leigh, Caroline, 130 ; Samuel, 133. 

Lesseman, John, 201. 

Lestrange, Roger, 191. 

Lethbridge, James, 143 ; Joan, 143 ; John, 

143 ; Richard, 143 ; Thomas, 143. 
Leveson, Richard, 25. 
Levett or Levitt, Elton, 143, 144; 

Theophilus, 17, 143, 144, 168, 195, 

251, 258. 
Lewinton, Thomas, 78. 
Lewis, Ann, 144 ; David, 144 ; Edward, 

144; Henry, 75; James, 60; John, 1 13; 

Matthew, 126; Rees, 184; Richard, 94; 

Thomas, 75; William, 129. 
Ley, George, 258. 

Lilly, John, 145, 146 ; William, 145, 
146. 

Limbrey, John, 181. 

Lindeman, Elizabeth, 152; William, 152. 

Little, Humphrey, 41, 42. 

Littleton or Lytylton, Carew, 21, 22; 

Charles, 21, 22; Sir Charles, 21, 22; 

Thomas, 21, 22. 
Lloyd, Alice, 174, 175 ; David, 122, 123, 

188; Edward, 174, 175; John, 60, 174; 

Mary, 175; Morgan, 122; Richard, 

174; Sible, 122, 123; Thomas, 122, 

175 ; Watkin, 123. 
Loane, Arthur, 146; Jo: 169. 



Lock, Edward, 226 ; Jane, 225, 226 ; 

John, 31, 225, 226; William, 226. 
Lockington, Thomas, 149. 
Lockwood, John, 11; Mary, 11; Richard, 

1 1 ; William, 11. 
Loe, Richard, 55. 

Long, Beeston, 11; Charles, 174; Richard, 
83- 

Lord, Ann, 147 ; John, 147, 148 ; Mary, 

147, 148; Simon, 147; William, 147. 
Lort, Henry, 215. 

Louth, Margaret, Countess of, 69 ; Thomas, 

Earl of, 68, 69. 
Love, Andrew, 224, 225. 
Loveday, Jane, 148 ; Thomas, 148. 
Lovelace, John, 251. 
Lovell, Nicholas, 150. 
Lovett, Dame Anne, 149 ; Laurence, 149 ; 

Penelope, 149 ; Robert, 149 ; Sir 

Robert, 149. 
Lowde, Robert, 186. 

Lowe, Christopher, 126; Elizabeth, 126; 
Sir Gabriel, 25; John, 154; Theophilus, 
126. 

Lowther, Christopher, 61. 
Lucas, Richard, 150. 
Luck, Thomas, 88. 

Ludlam, Alice, 81 ; Elizabeth, 81 ; 

Richard, 81. 
Lugar, Marshall, 76. 
Lukyn, Robert, 106. 

Lunn, Edward, 150, 15 1 ; Elizabeth, 150, 

Lusher, John, 12, 13. 
Luxmoore, John, 199. 
Lyddall, John, 44. 
Lyon, Robert, 71. 



Maber, Nathaniel, 239. 

Mabley, William, 23. 

Machin, Thomas, 162. 

Mackreth, William, 201. 

Madge, Richard, 128; William, 44. 

Madgwick, Edward, 151, 152. 

Madockes, Maddocke or Maddox, Illedy, 

l 7'< Jo: 59; John, 168; Thomas, 227. 
Maire or Maior, George, 148 ; John, 152, 

153; Ralph, 153; Thomas, 152, 153; 

William, 20, 153. 
Makepeace, Abel, 221. 
Malbon, Mary, 125; Thomas, 125. 
Malcolm, Dugald, 228 ; Mary, 228 ; Niel, 

228. 

Manners, Lady Bridget, 242 ; John, 241 ; 
Roger, 241 ; Roger, Earl of Rutland, 
241, 242. 

Manning, Ann, 94; Edward, 94; Elizabeth, 
150, 151, 157; John, 150, 151; Mary, 

94. 150, I5I- 
Mannock, Audry, 153; Francis, 153; 

Thomas, 153; William, 153. 
Mansell, Elizabeth, 233 ; Humphrey, 233 ; 

Katherine, 188 ; Mary, 233 ; Robert, 

233- 



75 



Mantell, W., 254. 
Manton, Richard, 244. 
Mapleton, John, 217, 218. 
Mark, Eliza, 13; John, 154. 
Markham, Robert, 231. 
Marlow, John, 241. 

Marsh, Anne, 154; George, 188; John, 

154; Thomas, 27 ; William, 154. 
Marshall, Elizabeth, 192, 193; Mary, 193; 

Sarah, 3 ; William, 192, 193. 
Marston, William, 33 ; Edward, 33. 
Marten or Martin, John, 193 ; Margaret, 

229 ; Michael, 79 ; Philip, 147 ; Sarah, 

23 ; Walter, 214 ; William, 228, 229. 
Marton, Oliver, 79. 
Mash, John, 10. 
Mason, John, 98. 
Masters, Isabella, 208. 
Mathew or Mathews, Ann, 155; Elizabeth, 

257 ; George, 155 ; Mary, 31 ; Thomas, 

155, 210; William, 257. 
Mathison, Ann Elizabeth, 95. 
Matston, Thomas, 21. 
Mattocke, John, 137 ; Judith, 137. 
Mauley, Fra; 59. 
Mawle, Joseph, 155. 
Mawson, Charles, 207 ; Richard, 207. 
Maxwell, Hon ble Barry, 56. 
May, Catherine, 157 ; Frances, 157 ; 

George, 156; Thomas, 156, 157. 
Mayer, Mary, 76 ; J. J., 76. 
Mayhewe, Elizabeth, 135; John, 135; 

Margaret, 135 ; Thomas, 135. 
Maynwaring, G., 134; Ka: 134. 
Mcintosh, John, 20. 
Meacock, Elizabeth, 108. 
Mead, Charnell, 157, 158; Sarah, 157, 

158. 

Meddom, Joseph, 176. 
Meek, Elizabeth, 4; John, 4, 51. 
Meesey, Wiliam, 153. 
Meklarn, George, 93. 
Mellor, Richard, 199. 
Mempas, Thomas, 102. 
Mennion, Ann, 166. 
Mercer, alias Naish, Alice, 72. 
Meredith, Roger, 140. 

Meres, Eleanor, 235, 236 ; Frances 
Catherine, 253, 254 ; Francis, 235, 236 ; 
Henry, 235, 236 ; Sir John, 253, 254 ; 
Robert, 236. 

Meriam, William, 156. 

Meynill, Roger, 152. 

Michell, Lan : 84. 

Mill, Elizabeth, 158 ; Hugh, 158; John, 

158; Mary, 1 5S ; William, 158. 
Millard, Robert, 50. 
Miller, Ann, 134. 
Millett, John, 66. 

Millington, Francis, 23; Martha, 23. 
Mills, Benjamin, 152; Elizabeth, 165; 

George, 173; Susan, 173. 
Milner, Alicia, 159; Charles, 159; John, 

.159- 

Milton, Thomas, 89. 



Minifie, James, 31. 

Minloe, Thomas, 87. 

Minors, Charles, 53, 60. 

Misters, William, 187. 

Mitchell, Hon ble David, 133, 134 ; Sir 
David, 134, 160 ; John, 104 ; Judith, 
8, 9 ; Maria, 134 ; Mary, 104 ; Dame 
Mary, 160; W., 117 ; William, 8, 9. 

Monson, William, 166. 

Moore or Moor, Ann, 250, 251 ; Milicent, 
251 ; Nathaniel, 251 ; Richard, 125, 
250, 251 ; Thomas, 250, 251 ; William, 
167. 

Mores or More, Anne Catherine, 247 ; 

Edward Rowe, 247; Francis, 137, 138. 
Moreton, Thomas, 90, 177. 
Morgan, Catherine, 188 ; Charles, 188 ; 

Harry, 93; Thomas, 16, 26. 
Moriton, Thomas, 259. 
Morley, Jo: 79; Thomas, 161; William, 

161. 

Morlis, Richard, 67. 

Morris or Morrice, Ann, 140 ; Elizabeth, 

140; George, 174; James, I ; Jane, 1; 

John, 211; Joseph, 140 ; Martha, 50, 

51 ; Philip, 1, 50, 51. 
Morrish, William, 217. 
Morse, Edward, 173. 
Morshead, William, 161. 
Moss, Elizabeth, 156, 244; Martha, 240; 

Mary, 156, 244; Richard, 156; William, 

244. 

Mott, Mark, 139. 
Moudon, Tames, 195. 
Mould, Bernard, 162; Martha, 162. 
Moulden, Ann, 129; Edward, 129; John, 
129. 

Mounshow, Amy, 162 ; Robert, 162 ; 

Rose, 162; William, 162. 
Mountagewe, Edward, 21. 
Mountford or Mountfort, Christopher, 163 ; 

Henry, 90; Lancelot, 163; Richard, 6. 
Mourgin, Richard, II. 
Mucklow, Elizabeth, 164; Horatio, 164; 

William, 163, 164. 
Muddle, Lucy, 1 19. 
Mumford, William, 164. 
Mundy, E., 129. 
Murray, Oliver James, 69. 
Musson, Joseph, 47. 

Million, Anne, 5S, 59 ; Sir Peter, 58, 59. 
Muzzall, Robert, 203. 
Myddlemore, Thomas, 242. 
Mydhope, Stephen, 100. 
Mythe, Richard, 235. 



Naish, Francis, 72 ; Jacob, 72 ; John, 72, 
155 ; Mary, 155 ; Samuel, 72 ; Sarah, 
72 ; — , 68. 

Nash, alias Mercer, Alice, 72 ; Edmund, 
72 ; Samuel, 72. 

Natly, Richard, 181. 

Neale, Daniel, 57; Elizabeth, 165; Fra: 
54 ; John, 57, 165. 



Nelson, Charles, 57. 
Nesbit, Mr., 230. 

Nettleshippe, Anne, 170; John, 170. 
Nettleton, Christopher, 165; Francis, 165; 

Judith, 165. 
Nevett, Margaret, 108, 109. 
Neville, George, 2; John, 101, 176. 
Newborne, Mary, 44. 
Newby, William, 200. 
Newcomin, Theophilus, 253. 
Newell, Mary, 166 ; Sarah, 106, 107 ; 

Thomas, 106, 107, 166. 
Newland, Robert, 257. 
Newman, Martha, 217; Robert, 257; 

Susan, 164. 
Newson, Mary, 23. 

Newton, Gervas, 167 ; Humphrey, 37 ; 
John, 53, 166, 167 ; Sir John, Bt., 25, 

166, 167 ; Mary, 53, 54 ; Dame Mary, 
167; Richard, 53, 54; William, 50. 

Nicholas, Margaret, 248 ; James, 248 ; 

William, 248. 
Nicholls or Niccoll, Joseph, 23 ; Richard, 

161. 

Nicholson, Anthony, 118. 

Nickin or Nicklin, Dorothy, 167; Edward, 

168 ; Hannah, 167 ; Michael, 167 ; 

Robert, 168 ; Samuel, 168 ; William, 

167, 168. 

Nightingale, Anne, 67 ; Edward, 67 ; 

Jeoffrey, 67. 
Nixon, Frances, 239 ; John, 229, 230 ; 

Mary, 229, 230 ; Robert, 229. 
Noel, Sir John, Bt., 169. 
Norborn, John, 132. 
Norris, Abraham, 95; Giles, 171. 
North, Lettice, 29. 
Northfoid, Elizabeth, 124. 
Norton, Ann, 10; Nathaniel, 152; Ralph, 

10; Thomas, 118; Walter, 262. 
Nott, Thomas, 15. 

Nowell, Judith, 116; Peter, 116; Thomas, 
116. 

Noy, Edward, 150. 
Nurton, Joan, 31. 

Nuthall or Nuttall, Catherine, 31 ; Charles, 

169; James, 169. 
Nye, John, 42. 



Oakes, Thomas, 114. 
Odent, Peter, 116. 

Ogilvie, Alexander Fotheringham, 68. 

Oland, Daniel, 84; John, 84. 

Oldfield, Christopher, 170 ; Dorcas, 170; 

John, 170; Susannah, 170; Thomas, 

75- 

Oliver, John, 50. 

Onely, Eleanor, 139 ; Sarah, 138, 139 ; 

Richard, 138, 139. 
Onyon, Margaret, 80; Thomas, 80. 
Ord, John, 7 ; Thomas, 7. 
Orlebar, Diana, 1 14; Richard, 114. 
Orme, Francis, 233 ; Thomas, 233. 
Orton, John, 132, 133. 



Osbaldeston, George, 25. 

Osborne, Ann, 139, 182; Catherine, 139; 
Crispine, 203 ; Francis, Duke of Leeds, 
39 ; George William Frederick, Marquis 
of Carmarthen, 38, 39 ; John, 139 ; 
Robert, 182 ; Sarah, 77 ; Susan, 139 ; 
Thomas, 139; William, 250. 

Osgood, John, 5. 

Otes, George, 148. 

Otter, Richard, 170; William, 170. 

Outridge, Daniel, 161. 

ap Owen, Catherine, 144; Hugh, 149; 

Rees, 144. 
Oxborough, Edward, 135. 
Oxenham, William, 143. 



Packham, Henry, 203 ; Sarah, 203. 

Page, Frances, 9 ; Sir Richard, 21 ; 

Thomas, 9. 
Page, alias Mathewes, John, 180. 
Pagett or Pageitt, Matthew, 230 ; Richard, 

166. 

Paine or Payne, Henry, 201; Robert, 132; 

Susan, 5. 
Painter, William, 169. 
Palke, William, 171. 
Palmer, Edward, 81 ; Katherine, 105. 
Panton, John, 20. 

Parke, Daniel, 206, 207 ; Jane, 206, 207 ; 

William, 190. 
Parker, Daniel, 29; Edward, 2, 171 ; 

Elizabeth, 29, 123 ; Joseph, 17, 29 ; 

Mary, 122 ; Susan, 123 ; Thomas, 122 ; 

William, 14, 49, 50. 
Parkes, Simon, 172. 

Parkhurst, Dormer, 172, 193; John, 172; 

Katherine, 122. 
Parkinson, John, 253. 

Parmiter, Edward, 173; Elizabeth, 173; 
Francis, 173 ; Henry, 173 ; Susan, 
173- 

Parnell, Hugh, 173. 

Parrocke, Mary, 233. 

Parry, Frances, 84. 

Parsons, Ann, 94; John, 94. 

Partricke, William, 262. 

Patchett, Ann, 173, 174; Humphry, 173, 

174; Mary, 173, 174. 
Patten, William, 186. 
Paule, Matthew, 171. 
Pawsey, Ralph, 152. 
Peachey, Ann, 74; James, 174. 
Peacock, Joan, 122; Mary, 175; Thomas 

Gooderick, 174, 175. 
Peake, Alice, 109 ; Barbara, 109 ; George, 

109 ; Thomas, 205, 224. 
Pearse, James, 187, 188. 
Pearson, Ann, 178 ; Benjamin, 177 ; 

Elizabeth, 177 ; Edward, 177 ; John, 

177. 

Pebb, Edward, 166. 
Pelham, Charles, 253. 

Pemberton, Ann, 41 ; Edward, 91 ; 
Richard, 41 ; William, 41. 



277 



Pennington, Richard, 175; Robert Rainy, 

I7S- 

Pennyman, Thomas, 256; Sir Thomas, Bt., 
256. 

Penson, William, 224, 225. 
Penton, J., 130. 
Penwarne, Jos: 16, 26. 
Pepperell, Henry, 139. 
Peribean, Theo: 155. 

Perkins, Charles, 137; Jacob, 68; John, 

176; Mary, 215; Thomas, 176. 
Perks, Thomas, 125. 
Perrott, John, 235. 

Perry, Eleanor, 176; John, 176; Micajah, 
206, 207. 

Pershouse, Adam, 178; Elizabeth, 177; 

Jonah, 177; Katherine, 177, 178; 

Nicholas, 177, 178; William, 177, 178. 
Person, Robert, 190. 
Peryns, Ann, 178; Siinon, 178. 
Peters, John, 213. 
Pettinead, John, 63. 
Petty, James, 34. 
Peytoe, William, 260. 
Phillimore, Mary, 196 
Phillipps or Philips, Charles, 248 ; 

Christopher, 171; Elizabeth, 75, 179; 

Frances, 75 ; Francis, 179; Jane, 171; 

John, 179, 180; Joyce, 179; Mary, 75, 

180, 240; Richard, 135, 179, 180; 

William, 179. 
Phipps, Constantine, 133, 134 ; Joseph, 

15 ; Robert, 247. 
Pickard, Isabel, 10 ; John, 207 ; Mary, 

211. 

Pickering, Joseph, 11 ; Robert, 180; 

T., 11; Thomas, 180. 
Pickett, William, 68. 
Piddington, Daniel, 63; Patience, 63. 
Piddocke, Leo, 73. 
Pidgeon, John, 16. 
Pigge, Samuel, 39; Thomas, 162. 
Pight, Henry, 166. 
Pink, Edward, 1 1 7. 
Pinnock, Susan, 202, 203. 
Pipe, Samuel, 178. 
Piper, Elizabeth, 89. 
Pitfeild, Alexander, 138. 
Plover, John, 244. 
Pluniptre, P., 247. 

Plympton, Francis, 171 ; Jane, 171 ; Joan, 
171. 

Pocklington, Thomas, 182. 

Pole, John, 174; Mary, 174. 

Poley, John, 89; Katherine, 90. 

Pollard, Jane, 198, 199; Robert, 15; 

Thomas, 198, 199. 
Pollen, Edward, 181 ; John, 181 ; Sarah, 

96. 

Pomery, C, 161. 
Pomfrett, George, 71. 
Pond, John, 181, 182. 

Poole, Ann, 35, 36, 182; Charles, 31; 
Jane, 35. 3 6 ; Richard, 35, 36; Thomas, 
182. 



Port, John, 21 ; Sir John, 21 ; Roe, 124. 

Porter, Baldwin, 21; Henry, 118, 119; 
James, 55; John, 135; Joseph, 118, 
119; Lucy, 118, 119; Robert, 15; 
Sarah, 118, 119. 

Potter, Thomas, 257. 

Potts, Sir Roger, Bt., 166. 

Poumies, John, 189. 

Povey, J., 26. 

Powell, Alexander, 183; Daniel, 155; 
E., 76 ; Sir Edward, Bt., 255 ; Francis, 
183 ; John, 59, 183 ; Mary, 255 ; 
William, 139; Sir William, Bt., 255. 

Powlesland, Susannah, 143; Thomas, 143. 

Pratt, Richard, 192. 

Prescott, Alexander, 208 ; Honour, 208 ; 
Humiliation, 208. 

Pretyman, Nunn, 46, 47 ; Robert, 46 ; 
Thomas, 46. 

Price, Pryce or Pries, David, 188 ; 
Elizabeth, 252 ; Gwenllian, 200; Henry, 
188 ; Howell, 200 ; James, 188 ; John, 
200 ; Katherine, 183, 184, 188 ; Owen, 
183,184; R., 184; Rice, 96 ; Robert, 
209; Roderick, 184; Rowland, 200; 
Samuel, 41 ; Thomas, 183, 184, 200 ; 
William, 96. 

Prideaux, Richard, 100. 

Priest, Gawen, 132, 133; John, 132, 133. 

Priestley, William, 152. 

Prios, Robert, 106. 

Pritchard, Edward, 173. 

Piosser, Richard, 123. 

Prust, Stephen, 1S4. 

Puckridge, Richard, 257. 

Pugh, Morgan, 127. 

Puresey, M., 242. 

Putteford, John, 7. 

Pvke, Thomas, 94; William, 219. 

Pyle, Edward, 181. 



Quartly, John, 188. 

Quested, Anne, 215, 216; Elizabeth, 215, 

216; Richard, 215, 216. 
Quinton, Eleanor, 91 ; John, 91 ; Mary, 

91 ; Thomas, 91. 



Raby, Elizabeth, 12; John, 12, 13. 
Radcliff, A., 242. 
Radford, Jo : 143. 

Randall or Handle, Abraham, 1S5 ; 

Thomas, 48. 
Randolph, Benjamin, 185 ; Bethia, 185, 

186; Charles, 1S6 ; James, 185, 186; 

James Burton, 1S6 ; William, 231, 232. 
Rant, Eliza, 157; Hutnfry, 5; James, 156, 

157, 186; Jane, 156, 157; John, 81; 

Mary, 147 ; Meux, 147 ; Roger, 81, 

147 ; William, 186. 
Ratchford, Augustus, 223. 
Ravens, Thomas, 162. 

Rawlins or Rawlyns, Ed: 246; Jo: 18; 
John, 16S. 



!7 8 



Raynbow, James, 187 ; Kinborrowe, 187 ; 

William, 187. 
Read or Reed, Ann, 234 ; George, 191 ; 

Gibs : Lawson, 34 ; Gwenllian, 93 ; John, 

187, 188 ; Mary, 191 ; Thomas, 58 ; 

Trahern, 93. 
Reading, Job, 33. 
Readshaw, William, 3. 
Reddrich, Elizabeth, 64; Henry, 64. 
Rees, Ann, 144 ; Catherine, 144 ; David, 

144 ; Robert, 188. 
Reeve, John, 71 ; Richard, 188. 
Regnier, Andrew, 32, 189, 190; Ann, 189; 

David, 189 ; Elizabeth, 189, 190 ; John, 

189, 190 ; Mary, 32, 189, 190 ; Wigg, 

32, J 89, 190. 
ap Res, Lewis John, 93. 
Rete, William, 132. 
Revell, Thomas, 67. 

Reynolds or Raynolds, Benjamin, 147, 
148 ; Catherine, 58 ; Edward, 139 ; 
Jane, 62 ; John, 62 ; Mary, 62 ; Robert, 
62 ; Thomas, 58. 

Rhydgers, Edward, 94. 

Ricard, Thomas, 190. 

Rice, John, 162. 

Richards or Richard, Daniel, 191 ; John, 

94 ; Rowland, 184 ; Thomas, 22 ; 

William, 191. 
Richardson, Henry, 93; Jenet, 191 ; John, 

104, 191 ; Thomas, 191 ; William, 191. 
Richars, Andrew, 192 ; Edmond, 192 ; 

Sarah, 192. 
Rickards, Benjamin, 144 ; Elizabeth, 143, 

144. 

Rider, Elizabeth, 193 ; Henry, 192, 193, 
208; Jane, 193, 208; Marshall, 193, 
2IO, an; Mary Walmisley, 208; 
Richard, 192, 193, 208, 215, 222 ; 
William, 195. 

Ridge, Benjamin, 194 ; James, 194 ; 
Margaret, 194; Mary, 194. 

Ridlington, Robert, 141 ; Thomas, 141. 

Riley, Joseph, 193, 210. 

Ringe, Elizabeth, 57 ; Robert, 57. 

Ringrose, Richard, 46. 

Rivers, Charles, 256. 

Rix, Judith, 169. 

Robbins, Elizabeth, 161 ; Katherine, 161 ; 

Leonard, 161 ; William, 161. 
Roberts or Roberds, Alexander, 194, 195 ; 

Edward, 45 ; Elianor, 44 ; Giles, 103, 

104 ; Isabel, 44 ; John, 44 ; Lewis, 44 ; 

Thomas, 44. 
Robins, Henry, 222 ; John, 222. 
Robinson, Dame Ann, 78, 79 ; Anne, 78, 

79; Luke, 195; SirLumley, 79; Michael, 

244; Tancred, 161 ; Thomas, 159, 244; 

Sir Thomas, Bt., 78, 79 ; Walter, 50. 
Robotham, Isaac, 215. 
Roeworth, John, 222 ; Mary, 222. 
Rogers, Henry, 25 ; Tohn, 237 ; Thomas, 

171, 205. 
Rolls, Henry, 260. 
Roman, John, 196 ; Samuel, 196. 



Rooke, Francis, 145 ; George, 197 5 

Samuel, 197. 
Roome, Anne, 260; Henry, 260; Stephen, 

12. 

Rose, Alestor, 4 ; Charles, 1 14 ; Edward, 

118, 252; Faith, 252; Henry, 197; 

Isaac, 18; John, 197; Rebecca, 18; 

Stephen, 160; Thomas, 3, 18. 
Rosse, John, 252 ; Lord, 241 ; Richard, 

262. 

Rossier, Mary Ann, 175 ; Richard, 175. 
Rossiter, Thomas, 145 ; William, 145. 
Rous, John, 147; Robert, 202. 
Rowe or Roe, Benjamin, 198 ; Joan, 196 ; 

John, 214 ; Mary, 198 ; Nicholas, 198 ; 

Thomas, 196. 
Rowley, Henrietta, 55, 56; Henry, 55, 56. 
Rowney, Thomas, 104. 
Royse, William, 33. 
Rudick, Ann, 241. 
Ruding, Walter, 38. 

Rundle, Ann, 198, 199 ; Grace, 199 ; 

Henry, 198; John, 198, 199. 
Russell, John, 199 ; Thomas, 199, 201, 

229. 

Rutherch, David, 200; Nicholas, 200. 
Rutland, Roger, Earl of, 241. 



Sabine, Henry, 200. 
Saley, John, 125. 
Salisbury, William, 231. 
Salmon, Robert, 226. 
Salt, Thomas, 71, 123. 
Salter, Mark, 102 ; Mary, 102 ; Mathew, 
102. 

Saltmarsh, Philip, 152. 

Salvin, Jarrard, 152; Nicholas, 152. 

Sambee, J., 149. 

Sandland, Elizabeth, 124; Mary, 124. 
Sandys, Sir Edwin, 201 ; Dame Elizabeth, 

201 ; Henry, 201 ; Dame Margaret, 201 ; 

Miles, 201 ; Sir Miles, 201 ; Thomas, 

201 ; William, 201 ; William, Lord, 201 ; 

Sir William, 201. 
Satterwaite, Bryan, 224. 
Saunders, Alice, 202 ; Dorothy, 153 ; 

Elizabeth, 202 ; Erancis, 202 ; Henry, 

202; J., 254; John, 202; William, III, 

133. 153- 

Saunderson, Frances, 188; Roger, 188. 
Savage, Anne, 21 ; Christopher, 14, 21 ; 

Edmund, 21 ; Edward, 21 ; Francis, 

186; John, 21; Robert, 50. 
Savery, Christopher, 197. 
Sawkins, Nicholas, 118. 
Saxoll, Nathaniel, 200. 
Sayer, John, 202, 203. 
Scammell, William, 185, 186. 
Scampton, Matthias, 249. 
Scargill, Dorothy, 174. 
Scoles, John, 117; Sarah, 117; William, 

117. 

Scott, Christopher, 99 ; John, 99 ; Joseph, 
99; Mary, 99 ; Thomas, 221. 



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\ 



Scrace, John, 203 ; Thomas, 203. 

Scrivener, Thomas, 64. 

Scrope, Gervas, 253. 

Seabrooke, Priscilla, 54 ; Thomas, 54- 

Seaman, Alice, 57 ; Susanna, 224. 

Seare, Ann, 232; Frances, 231, 232; 

Thomas, 232. 
Searle, John, 245. 
Segrave, George, 81. 

Sekford, Charles, 204 ; Dame Elizabeth, 
204 ; Francis, 204 ; Humfry, 204 ; 
Thomas, 204. 

Sellon, Anne, 5 ; Thomas, 5. 

Seluister, George, 80. 

Sewell, Lady Elizabeth, 68, 69 ; Elizabeth 
Blake, 69 ; Thomas Baily Heath, 68, 
69 ; Thomas Birmingham Daly Henry, 
68, 69. 

Sexton, Sybil, 58 ; Thomas, 58. 
Seymour, John, 146 ; Mary, 82. 
Shachwell, Ann, 107, 108 ; Richard, 108 ; 

William, 107, 108. 
Sharpe, Nicholas, 98 ; Thomas, 87. 
Shaw, John, 205 ; Joseph, 205 ; William, 73. 
Shearingham, William, 262. 
Sheen, Edward, 205 ; Elizabeth, 205 ; 

George, 205. 
Sheir, William, 198. 
Shekerly, Francis, 68. 
Shelbery, Henry, 257. 

Shenton, Francis, 173, 174; John, 174; 

Mary, 173, 174. 
Shepherd or Sheppard, Benjamin, 197 ; 

Gane, 253. 
Shercliff, Samuel, 67. 

Sherman, Peter, 206 ; Richard, 206 ; 

Susanna, 206 ; Thomas, 196, 206. 
Sherrington, William, 161. 
Sherwood, George, 206, 207 ; John, 206, 

207 ; Sampson, 206, 207. 
Shillingford, Farmer, 69. 
Shingle, William, 113. 
Shipton, Henry, 207 ; Robert, 207. 
Shore, Christopher, 158; Thomas, 257. 
Short, Edward, 193, 208. 
Shotter, John, 4, 234. 
Shrubb, James, 234. 
Shuckforth, John, 57. 

Shute or Shutt, Agnes, 16 ; George, 16 ; 
Jane, 16. 

Sickley, Thomas, 197. 

Sidney, Humphry, 208. 

Simmonds, Siinonds or Simons, Ann, 46 ; 
B rn , 46; Henry, 11, 38; Mathew, 36, 
37; Thomas, 262; William, 45. 

Simpkin, Elizabeth, 178; Hannah, 24; 
John, 24; Joseph, 178; Thomas, 178. 

Simpson or Simson, Charles, 31, 52, 62, 
70, 193, 210, 211 ; Francis, 212 ; 
James, 13; Jane, 90, 91, 209; Jo: 80; 
Joan, 37 ; Joseph, 180, 209 ; Mary, 13, 
36, 37, 90, 91, 209, 211 ; Stephen, 2, 3, 
31. 35. 43. 62, 90, 91, 106, 151, 15S, 
168, 180, 209-211, 236, 237; Thomas, 
36, 37 ; William, 256. 



Sivier, John, 212, 213 ; Percy, 212, 213 ; 

Stephen, 212, 213. 
Skeate, Robert, 249. 

Skinner, Margaret, 51, 52; Mary, 52; 
Richard, 52, 249: 

Skrymshire, Francis, 166. 

Slaney, Thomas, 221. 

Slate, John, 101. 

Slater, John, 15. 

Slaughter, George, 14. 

Slinesby, Ann, 67. 

Sloper, John, 185, 186. 

Sly, George, 146. 

Smallwood, Christopher, 173, 174- 

Smart, Edward, 213 ; John, 213. 

Smith or Smyth, Barbara, 218; Charles, 
50; Christopher, 215; Dorothy, g2 ) 
Edward, 215, 216, 240; Elizabeth, 114, 
124; Ellen, 196; Hester, 214; James, 
245; Joan, 216; John, 92, 124, 181, 
196, 214, 219; Sir John, 114; Sir 
John, Bt., 172; Mary, 51, 172, 215, 
245; Miles, 218; Oliver, 58; Richard, 
215 ; Robert, 58, 71 ; Roger, 216 ; 
Sarah, 215, 240; Susanna, 10; Thomas, 
2, 51, 106, 115, 214; Vere, 170 ) 
Walter, 146; William, 51, 77, 221. 

Smythies, F. , 76. 

Snape, Stephen, 210. 

Snashall, William, 119. 

Snell, Anthony, 217; Joan, 217; John, 
217 ; Robert, 66, 217. 

Soame, John, 217; Mary, 217. 

Soan, Christopher, 217, 218; Martha, 217, 
218. 

Sockett, John, 166; Roger, 166. 
Sorell, Thomas, 41. 

Southall, Esther, 106, 107 ; John, 106, 
107. 

Southey, Robert, 176. 

Southwell, Sir Robert, 25, 26 ; Edward, 

25- 

Sowlde, William, 214. 

Sparke or Sparks, Isaac, 8 ; Thomas, 49 ; 

William, 8. 
Sparrow, James, m; John, S9 ; Robert, 23. 
Speidell, Francis, 45. 
Spcnce, Samuel, 40. 

Spencer, Margaret, 262; Mary, 94; Miles, 

262 ; Samuel, 239 ; Thomas, 201. 
Spillman, Thomas, 103. 
Spooner, John, 189, 239. 
Spitty, Elizabeth, 37. 

Sprigg or Sprigs, Ann, 218 ; Henry, 33 ; 

John, 218, 250; Mary, 250; Richard, 

218; Thomas, 218, 250; William, 230. 
Springall, Margaret, 100; Richard, 100. 
Squier or Squire, Francis, 249; John, 37; 

Sarah, 249; William, 249. 
Stace, Elizabeth, 225; John, 219; Martha, 

219; Mary, 219; Nymphas, 219. 
Stacpoole. Joseph, 68, 69. 
Stagg, William, 120. 
Stainton, John, 246. 
Standage, Thomas, 123. 



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Standon, George, 219 ; Richard, 100 ; 

Samuel, 219, 220. 
Standly, William, 220, 221 ; Richard, 220. 
Stangar, Elizabeth, 141 ; John, 141 ; 

Samuel, 141. 
Staples, Alexander, 131; Thomas, 131. 
Stapley, John, 221. 
Statham, William, 21 1. 
Stayninges, Frances, 204 ; John, 204 ; 

Mary, 204; Philip, 204; Thomas, 204. 
Steight, John, 222. 
Stephens, Philip, 227. 
Stephenson, John, 222. 
Stevens, David, 188 ; Francis, 188 ; John, 

223; Robert, 238. 
Stidnam, Edward, 155. 
Stistead, Laurence, 89. 
Stone, Edith, 27 ; Mary, 27 ; Samuel, 10 ; 

Walter, 27; William, 27. 
Storer, Eliza Anna Maria, 126, 127 ; 

Thomas, 24, 126, 127. 
Stout, Stephen, 84. 
Stranke, Susanna, 223 ; Thomas, 223. 
Stratton, Thomas, 132. 
Streate, Nicholas, 173. 
Streatfield, Henry, 118. 
Stringer, Francis, 166. 
Sturgis, Ev: 244. 
Styche, Richard, 258. 
Suffeild, John, 165. 

Suffolk and Bindon, Henry, Earl of, 114. 
Sugden, Jo: 165. 

Summers, Sarah, 184; William, 184. 
Surrey, Frances, Countess of, 204 ; Sir 

Henry, Earl of, 204. 
Sutton, Anne, 162 ; Daniel, 76 ; Rachel, 

162 ; Thomas, 162. 
Swain, Elizabeth, 159. 
Swanton, Francis, 42. 
Sweet, Mary Sampey, 222. 
Swift, Ralph, 222; William, 240. 



Talbot, Henry, 171 ; Sir John, 21 ; 

William, 171. 
Talboys, Richard, 32. 
Talpa, Martha, 237. 

Tampyon, Augustine, 224, 225 ; Elizabeth, 
224, 225 ; Thomas, 224, 225 ; William, 
224, 225. 

Tanner, Edward, 225, 226 ; Martha, 225, 
226; Peter, 160; William, 225, 226. 

Tapson, Agnes, 226, 227 ; John, 226, 227 ; 
Nicholas, 226, 227 ; Robert, 227. 

Tasbourgh, Richard, 253. 

Taverner, Thomas, 227. 

Taylor or Tayler, Dame Alicia, 1 59 ; 
Edward, 149, 156; Dame Elizabeth 
Goodin, 228 ; Fra: 98; Francis, 216; 
George, 50 ; James, 229, 230 ; Jane, 
229, 230; John, 64, 65, 221, 229, 230; 
Sir John, Bt., 228; Joyce, 65; Margaret, 
229 ; Richard, 228, 229 ; Robert, 134, 
160; Samuel, 229; Simon, 228; Thomas, 
228-230, 237; Sir Thomas, 159. 



Teeton, Mary, 230, 231 ; Thomas, 230, 
231. 

Tempest, Stephen, 152. 
Temple, Sir Thomas, Bt., 201. 
Templer, Thomas, 53, 60. 
Tennant, Amy, 162. 

Terry, Ann, 231, 232 ; Katherine, 217, 
218; Michael, 115; Robert, 231, 
232; Rose, 217, 218; William, 217, 
218. 

Teynton, Richard, 14. 

Thayer, J., 220. 

Thearle, Mark, 245. 

Theede, Thomas, 178. 

Thicknes, Joseph, 37. 

Thirlby, Elizabeth, 232 ; George, 232 ; 

Richard, 232 ; Thomas, 232. 
Thistlethwayte, Alexander, 130; Robert, 

130. 

Thomas, Anne, 101 ; David, 127; Griffith, 

93 ; Hopkin, 169 ; Margaret, 249 ; 

Margery, 101 ; Mary, 117, 127; Rees, 

127 ; William, 249. 
Thompson or Thomson, Christopher, 259 ; 

Grace, 7 ; Gregory, 246 ; Hannah, 7 ; 

John, 7 ; Leo : 236 ; Sarah, 7 ; William, 

144. 

Thorley, William, 125. 
Thome, Thomas, 142. 
Thornton, Edward, 80, 233 ; Elizabeth, 

233; Thomas, 213; William, 79; Wynn, 

80. 

Thorowgood, Simon, 147. 

Thorpe, Timothy, 212. 

Thrift, John, 234; Mary, 233, 234; 

Rachel, 233, 234 ; Thomas, 233, 234 ; 

William, 234. 
Throckmorton, George, 245, 246. 
Thurklay, William, 232. 
Thurston, Robert, 173 ; Thomas, 89. 
Tichborne, Sir Henry, Bt., 253 ; Letitia, 

253 ; Dame Mary, 253. 
Tihurst, John, 254; Mary, 254; Rebecca, 

254. 

Tilley, Michael, 208. 

Tilney, John, Viscount Castlemain, 34. 

Tims, Ann, 234 ; Elizabeth, 234 ; John, 

128, 234. 
Tindall, John, 227. 
Tipper, Joseph, 235. 

Tirrell, Cornelius, 183 ; Elizabeth, 5 ; 

James, 5 ; Jane, 5 ; Mary, 183. 
Titley, Charles, 236. 
Todd, John, 45 ; Mary, 45. 
Toke, Margaret, 199. 
Toller, Richard, 145. 
Tomlin, Charles, 155. 
Tookey, Clement, 235 ; Jos : 224. 
Tooley, Thomas, 213. 
Topping, John, 236, 237. 
Torton, Edward, 229. 
Tottman, John, 76. 
Towgood, Edward, 91. 
Townsend, Henry, 237 ; Job, 237 ; John, 

237; Robert, 195. 



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Townshend, Ann, Marchioness of, 38, 39 ; 
Lady Ann, 38, 39 ; Charlotte, Marchioness 
of, 38, 39 ; Lady Charlotte, 38, 39 ; 
George, Marquis of, 38, 39 ; George, 
Earl of Leicester, 38, 39 ; Lady Harriet, 
38, 39 ; Lord James Nugent Boyle 
Bernardo, 39 ; Lady Maria Honoria, 38, 
39; Thomas, 262; Lord William, 38, 39. 

Townson, John, 71. 

Towson, John, 238. 

Trafford, Thomas, 128. 

Travis, Elizabeth, 120, 121 ; Ellen, 120, 
121. 

Tredwell, Elizabeth, 134. 
Trigg, Mary, 145. 
Trovell, Edward, 145. 
Truesdale, Thomas, 236. 
Trye, Thomas, 21. 

Tryon, Alice, 238, 239 ; Mary, 238, 239 ; 
Thomas, 238, 239 ; William, 238, 
239- 

Tucker, Anne, 118; John, 1 18; Lewis 

Michael, 188; Martha, 118. 
Tuckett, Hannah, 97 ; William, 97. 
Tuckey, Rebecca, 240; William, 240. 
Tudman, Robert, 30. 
Tuncks, John, 60. 

Tungood, Robert, 240 ; Sarah, 240 ; 

Stephen, 240. 
Turner, Turnor or Tumour, Ann, 219, 

220; A. H., 184; Charles, 61; 

Cholmley, 61; Edward, 78; H. H., 

184 ; Margaret, 61 ; Theophila, 61 ; 

Thomas, 77, 78, 114; William 

Horsmonden, 1 59. 
Turton, John, 96. 
Turvyle, Henry, 243. 
Tweed, John, 28 ; Mary, 28. 
Twentyman, J., 93. 
Twyford, Richard, 120, 121. 
Tyler, Edith, 84 ; Elizabeth, 84 ; Jane, I ; 

Matthias, 241 ; Martha, 241 ; Samuel, I. 
Tyrwhitt, Lady Bridget, 241, 242 ; Philip, 

241; Robert, 241, 242; William, 241, 

242. 



Umfrevile, Edward, 83. 

Unwin, Mary, 242 ; Thomas, 242. 

Urry, Thomas, 104. 



Vane, Lyonel, 61. 

Vann, Daniel, 243; Elizabeth, 243; Mark, 

48 ; Thomas, 243. 
Vardy, Thomas, 92, 93. 
Vaughan, Thomas, 94. 
Vaughton, Mary, 80. 

Vickery, Rose, 217, 218; William, 217, 
218. 

Vincent, Anne, 56 ; Elizabeth, 56 ; John, 

217; Richard, 56; Thomas, 56, 103. 
Vivers, Edward, 223 ; Susanna, 223. 
Vivian, Thomas, 26. 



Waddams, Joseph, 244 ; Samuel, 244. 
Wade, Daniel, 72 ; Grace, 165 ; Mary, 

165 ; Nicholas, 165 ; Samuel, 72 ; 

Thomas, 28, 244. 
Wadland, Thomas, 35. 
Wafforne, Joseph, 47. 
Wakeford, Joseph, 1 10 ; William, I IO. 
Wakeham, Ann, 185. 

Wakelin or Wakeling, John, 154; Robert, 

195 ; William, 34. 
Walcott, John, 35. 

Walden, Arabella, Lady, 114 ; Lord, 
114. 

Wale, John, 114, 257. 

Walford, Barbara, 96; Henry, 134; 

Mary, 96 ; Thomas, 96. 
Walker, Elizabeth, 222; Mary, 212, 213; 

Nelly, 65 ; Patience, 245 ; Thomas, 245 ; 

William, 170, 196, 212, 213. 
Wall, Benjamin, 48 ; John, 58 ; Thomas, 

48. 

Waller, Richard, 137, 138. 
Wallis, John, 44 ; Newcomin, 253. 
Walmsley, Gilbert, 192, 193. 
Walsinghani, Francis, 52 ; John, 245, 246 ; 

Margaret, 245, 246 ; Maurice, 245, 246 ; 

Thomas, Lord, 38. 
Walter or Walters, Edward, 74 ; Robert, 

86; Thomas, 164. 
Walthall, Rebecca, 209, 210. 
Walton, Isaac, 18; Sarah, 18. 
Wandham, Thomas, 247. 
Warburton, Anne Catherine, 247 ; John, 

247- 

Ward, Adam, 35, 80, 180 ; Edward, 
134, 160 ; Elizabeth, 135 ; John, 
125 ; Richard, 30, 68 ; Robert, 65 ; 
Samuel, 217 ; Thomas, 63 ; William, 
248. 

Ware, Joan, 37. 

Waring, Edward, 245, 246 ; Margaret, 

245, 246 ; Robert, 246. 
Warner, H., 232. 
Warren, John, 49. 
Warringe, Joseph, 6. 

Warton, Charles, 166 ; Sir Michael, 166 ; 
Ralph, 166 ; Susanna, 167 ; Warton, 
256. 

Washer, Elizabeth, 256 ; John, 236 ; 

Thomas, 256. 
Waterhouse, Michael, 170. 
Waterman, Edward, 221. 
Waters, Joanna, 81. 
Waterton, Thomas, 21. 
Wathew, James, 249. 

Watkin or Watkins, John, 198, 199, 229 ; 

Margaret, 45, 46 ; Thomas, 248 ; 

William, 45, 46, 248. 
Watson, Elizabeth, 34; John, 103, 128; 

Maria, 128 ; Martin, 128 ; Mary, 

128. 

Watts, Edward, 24; Hugh, 171; Mary, 

250; Robert, 249; Thomas, 250. 
Weatherhead, Bartin, 225. 
Weaver, Thomas, 142. 



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Webb, Ann, 219, 220; Dorothy, 71; 

Elizabeth, 219, 220; Humphrey, 71; 

James, 205, 250, 251; Jane, 12; Joan, 

205; John, 72, no, 219, 220, 235; 

Joseph, 12; Nicholas, 67; Randolph, 88; 

Susannah, 170; Thomas, 62, 219, 220; 

William, 43, 62, 71, 85, 170, 219, 220, 

250, 251. 
Webley, Kedgwin, 84. 
Webster, John, 256 ; Robert, 165 ; 

Thomas, 256. 
Wedg, John, 91. 
Wedgwood, John, 192, 193. 
Weetman, Elnor, 158; John, 157, 158; 

Sarah, 157, 158; William, 157, 158, 

251. 

Weldon, William, 56. 
Welford, Ann, 223. 
Weller, Francis, 219. 

Wells or Welles, Helen, 63 ; Henry, 252 ; 
John, 63, 218 ; Michael, 252 ; Philip, 
197; Ralph, 249; Thomas, 135, 218, 
252. 

Welton, John, 22 ; William, 215. 

Wenman, Thomas, 157. 

Wentworth, Meryall, 163 ; Michael, 163 ; 

Thomas, 163. 
Wescod, John, 3. 
Weskelt, John, 202. 

West, Andrew, 195 ; Francis, 203 ; 
Richard, 252; Thomas, 171; William, 
146. 

Westby, Ralph, 190. 

Weston, Martha, 225, 226 ; Mary, 66 ; 

Peter, 66 ; William, 66. 
Westroupe, Thomas, 22. 
Wetham, Thomas, 109. 
Whaley, Hugh, 191. 
Wheble, William, 164. 
Wheeler, Elizabeth, 22. 
Whetenhall, Catherine, 253 ; Elizabeth, 

253 ; Henry, 253 ; Letitia, 253 ; Thomas, 

253- 

Whichcot, Frances Catherine, 253, 254 ; 
George, 253, 254 ; Thomas, 253, 
254- 

Whitchurch, Alexander, 189. 

White, Ayliffe, 44 ; Jane, 90, 91, 208 ; 

John, 90, 91; Richard, no; Timothy, 

52. 

Whitehall, Ellen, 30 ; Richard, 30 ; 

Rowland, 30. 
Whitehead, Alice, 248 ; Robert, 248. 
Whitehouse, Elizabeth, 15. 
Whitmore, Thomas, 177, 178. 
Whitton, Thomas, 141. 
Whitwell, Amy, 247 ; Henry, 247 ; John, 

247. 

Whorwood, Field, 101. 
Whyttonton, Thomas, 21. 
Wiblin, Moses, 214. 
Wick, Nathaniel, 95, 96. 
Widgery, John, 171 ; Samuel, 171. 
Wiffen, Alice, 109 ; William, 109. 
Wiggett, John, 147. 



Wilbraham, Elizabeth, 59 ; Randle, 1 1 j 
Richard, n; Sir Thomas, Bt., 59. 

Wilcocks or Willcox, Ann, 114, 115; 
Francis, 1 14, 1 15 ; Humphrey, 202; 
Joan, 216 ; Philip, 2 1 6. 

Wildash, Isaac, 254. 

Wilkes, Thomas, 40. 

Wilkinsonn, Francis, 242. 

Willen, Richard, 149. 

Willett, Ralph, 27. 

Williams or William, Elizabeth, 235; J., 
161 ; John, 183, 235 ; Sir John, 255 ; 
Mary, 60 ; Dame Mary, 255 ; Morgan, 
123 ; Richard, 235 ; Thomas, 63, 123, 
205; Sir Thomas, Bt., 255; William, 
148. 

Williamson, Robert, 255; Roger, 192. 
Willinge, Agnes, 197 ; Edward, 197 ; 

Michael, 197. 
Willington, John, 62. 
Willinson, Thomas, 109. 
Willmot, Sarah, 235. 
Wilmshurst, Stephen, no. 
Wilson, Anne, 42; Charles, 256; Edward, 

167, 256 ; Elizabeth, 256 ; Jacob, 42 ; 

Joan, 235 ; John, 42 ; Katherine, 256 ; 

Richard, 42; Robert, 115; W., 52; 

William, 133, 255, 256. 
Wiment, John, 218. 
Winchester, Bishop of, 161. 
Wincol, Spring, 156, 157. 
Windsor, Richard, 247. 
Winser, Jacob, 66. 
Winthrop, Adam, 153. 
Wirdna', Richard, 132. 
Wirrall, Hugh, 190 ; Margaret, 190 ; 

Thomas, 190. 
Wise, Elizabeth, 257 ; James, 66 ; Jonathan, 

257. 

Witherings, Edmund, 107. 

Withers, William, 257. 

Withypoll, Edmund, 204. 

Wolferstan, Lund, 222. 

Wollacott, John, 198. 

Wollyns, Edward, 9. 

Wombwell, Nicholas, 163. 

Wood, Alice, 121, 213; Amy, 20; Ann, 

258 ; Edward, 213 ; Elizabeth, 258 ; 

Francis, 120, 121 ; Henry, 22 ; James, 

258; Josiah, 215; Robert, 258; Thomas, 

20 ; William Cole, 145. 
Woodcock, Ann, 133; Francis, 14; 

Margaret, 14. 
Woodford, Richard, 137. 
Wooding, William, 73. 
Woodman, George, 258, 259 ; Mathew, 

258, 259. 
Woodroffe, Jo: 100. 
Woodward, C, 76; John, 77. 
Woolley, Ann, 6, 86 ; Elizabeth, 157, 

158; Sarah, 86; Thomas, 6, 157, 158. 
Word, Catharine, 26, 27 ; Elizabeth, 26, 

27 ; James, 26, 27 ; Jane, 26, 27. 
Worgorn, James, 72. 
Worlidge, John, 165. 



283 



Wormeley, John, 190. 

Worsfold, Thomas, 155. 

Worth, Laurence, 238. 

Worthington, Ralph, 191. 

Wrexham, William, 33. 

Wright, Ann, 218 ; Elizabeth, 259 ; Felix, 

181 ; George, 147, 218 ; James, 31 ; 

John, 210, 260 ; Robert, 31 ; Samuel, 

134 ; Thomas, 20, 128, 129, 187, 259 ; 

William, 129. 
Wrinkmore, Robert, 10. 
Wyatt or Wyott, George, 100, 206 ; Joseph, 

102 ; Thomas, 80 ; William, 210. 
Wyburn, Samuel, 205. 
Wykes, Thomas, 213. 
Wylde, Alice, 85; Mary, 85; Thomas, 

85- 

Wymarke, John, 135; Margaret, 135. 
Wynne, John, 58. 

Wynter, Anne, 25, 26 ; John, 25, 26 ; 
Mary, 25, 26; 



Wyrley, Abraham, 261 ; Cornelius, 261 
Dorothy, 261 ; Edward, 260, 261 
Goodithe, 261 ; Humphry, 260, 261 
John, 260, 261 ; Richard, 260, 261 
Robert, 260, 261 ; Thomas, 260, 261 
William, 260, 261. 



Yard, Amy, 239 ; Mary, 238, 239. 

Yark, John, 125. 

Yateman, William, 58. 

Yaxlee, Margaret, 262 ; Richard, 262 ; 

William, 262. 
Yeamans, Francis, 173; William, 173. 
Yeats, Jacob, 20. 
Yerbury, Richard, 53. 
Yonge, John, 223. 

York, Sir William Dawes, Bt., Archbishop 

of, 77. 
Yorricke, John, 255. 
Younge, Ma: 4. 



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